Pkg upgrade updating repository catalogue no valid repository found

pkg: file:///usr/ports/packages/meta.txz: No such file or directory repository local has no meta file, using default settings pkg: file:///usr/ports/packages/packagesite.txz: No such file or directory Unable to update repository local All repositories are up-to-date.Checking for upgrades (0 candidates): 100% Processing candidates (0 candidates): 100% Checking integrity... [y/N]: n It appears that the order of the REPOS_DIR setting in overrides the priority in this case. Here's debug output solver: cannot find provide for requirement: lib Open 0 The following 18 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: zabbix22-proxy: 2.2.9 [Local] iksemel: 1.4_6 [Free BSD] gnutls: 3.3.15 [Free BSD] trousers-tddl: 0.3.10_7 [Free BSD] p11-kit: 0.23.1 [Free BSD] libtasn1: 4.5_1 [Free BSD] indexinfo: 0.2.3 [Free BSD] ca_root_nss: 3.19.1_1 [Free BSD] libffi: 3.2.1 [Free BSD] nettle: 2.7.1 [Free BSD] gmp: 5.1.3_2 [Free BSD] libidn: 1.29 [Free BSD] gettext-runtime: 0.19.4 [Free BSD] fping: 3.10 [Free BSD] net-snmp: 5.7.3_7 [Free BSD] perl5: 5.20.2_4 [Free BSD] curl: 7.42.1 [Free BSD] unix ODBC: 2.3.2_1 [Free BSD] no concurrent processes found, cleanup the lock The following 26 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: zabbix22-proxy: 2.2.9 [Local] libxml2: 2.9.2_2 [Local] iksemel: 1.4_6 [Local] gnutls: 3.3.15 [Local] trousers-tddl: 0.3.10_7 [Local] p11-kit: 0.23.1 [Local] libtasn1: 4.5_1 [Local] indexinfo: 0.2.3 [Local] ca_root_nss: 3.19.1_1 [Local] libffi: 3.2.1 [Local] nettle: 2.7.1 [Local] gmp: 5.1.3_2 [Local] libidn: 1.29 [Local] gettext-runtime: 0.19.4 [Local] openipmi: 2.0.19_4 [Local] popt: 1.16_1 [Local] sudo: 1.8.13 [Local] nmap: 6.47 [Local] pcre: 8.37_1 [Local] libssh2: 1.4.3_5,2 [Local] fping: 3.10 [Local] net-snmp: 5.7.3_7 [Local] perl5: 5.20.2_4 [Local] curl: 7.42.1 [Local] unix ODBC: 2.3.2_1 [Local] sqlite3: 3.8.10.1 [Local] Version : 1.5.3 PKG_DBDIR = "/var/db/pkg"; PKG_CACHEDIR = "/var/cache/pkg"; PORTSDIR = "/usr/ports"; INDEXDIR = ""; INDEXFILE = "INDEX-10"; HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS = false; DEFAULT_ALWAYS_YES = false; ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES = false; REPOS_DIR [ "/etc/pkg/", "/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/", ] PLIST_KEYWORDS_DIR = ""; SYSLOG = true; ABI = "Free BSD:10:amd64"; ALTABI = "freebsd:10:x"; DEVELOPER_MODE = false; VULNXML_SITE = " FETCH_RETRY = 3; PKG_PLUGINS_DIR = "/usr/local/lib/pkg/"; PKG_ENABLE_PLUGINS = true; PLUGINS [ ] DEBUG_SCRIPTS = false; PLUGINS_CONF_DIR = "/usr/local/etc/pkg/"; PERMISSIVE = false; REPO_AUTOUPDATE = true; NAMESERVER = ""; EVENT_PIPE = ""; FETCH_TIMEOUT = 30; UNSET_TIMESTAMP = false; SSH_RESTRICT_DIR = ""; PKG_ENV PKG_SSH_ARGS = ""; DEBUG_LEVEL = 0; ALIAS CUDF_SOLVER = ""; SAT_SOLVER = ""; RUN_SCRIPTS = true; CASE_SENSITIVE_MATCH = false; LOCK_WAIT = 1; LOCK_RETRIES = 5; SQLITE_PROFILE = false; WORKERS_COUNT = 0; READ_LOCK = false; PLIST_ACCEPT_DIRECTORIES = false; IP_VERSION = 0; AUTOMERGE = true; VERSION_SOURCE = ""; CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE = true; PKG_CREATE_VERBOSE = false; Repositories: Free BSD: Local: Updating` Free BSD repository catalogue... done (0 conflicting) Your packages are up to date ... And I must admit that I am a real noob in BSD-things.

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As in: % sudo pkg install clang33 Updating Free BSD repository catalogue... When installing zabbix22-proxy, pkg complains about unsatisfied dependencies and all dependant packages except zabbix22-proxy, are installed from "Free BSD" repository.

I tried: # pkg repo /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos Generating repository catalog in /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos: done! Francisco ------------------------------------------------------ This is incorrect -- 'pkg repo' is a tool for maintaining a package repository.

# ls /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/ #pkg upgrade Updating repository catalogue No valid repository found. You only use it on the server side, not on the client.

] Hi Mathew, thank you very much for your instructions.

1) After performing your suggested modifications, I received another error: # pkg update Updating repository catalogue pkg: No address record pkg: Unable to find catalogs So, I found that in my /usr/local/etc/there was a "proxy" config.