Updating the pkgdb
I have the older GPS and it was only 3 discs not 4 so that's why I'm thinking you are referring to the newer GPS update.
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Delete both the and pkgdb from the root or move them back into USB1 directory.
So just make you sure you place them into the root in the correct order during the update process and remove them before adding the next ones to the root.
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I changed this in my rc.conf: kern_securelevel_enable=”NO” Then rebooted andit was working fine!
I use it to copy a template repository with all hooks to a new repository.
ntpdate seemed to work fine except no time adjustments were actualy applied.
Running ntpdate with the -d or -v flags did not reveal anything useful.
This will take a couple of hours but you will need to come back in the mean time to introduce the next disc. These can be provided by the dealership or you can copy the contest of your DVDs on USB devices using a PC or Mac.