Bsd updating repository catalogue no valid repository found validating xml against

For more information, invoke the command again, specifying only the package that cannot be installed, specifying the full FMRI of that package, and providing one or more command to remove that origin.If a publisher is configured in a non-global zone, all locations for that publisher must be accessible from the global zone even if that publisher is not configured in the global zone.

If you cannot fix the problem that makes the location unreachable, you can remove the unreachable origin with publisher origin is set to the public release repository, then you cannot update a package to a version that is only available from a support repository.

To update installed packages, install packages that depend on installed packages, or install a non-global zone, the repository that you set as the publisher origin must contain at least the same software that is currently installed in the image.

Instead, you should update the incorporation package, which results in updating all the constrained packages to a new tested-together set of versions.

When packages are being modified (for example, being updated), the client examines related packages and their dependencies.

The repository can also contain older or newer software, but it must contain the same software that is installed in the image.

Use the command always shows installed packages, even if the package is not available from any configured publisher origin.

The following command shows that the specified repository is a not suitable publisher origin for this image because the installed version of Use the following command to check whether the package you want to install is available from your configured publishers.

If you are updating a package, both the version of that package that is currently installed and the version to which you want to update should be available.

I am sure I have to add some custom package repository or something.

This appendix shows how to handle some errors that you might see when you install or update packages.

Reasons that a package is not installable can include the following: If you specify a package to install or update and you do not specify the publisher, the first publisher in the publisher search order that provides a package that matches that package FMRI or pattern is used as the installation source.

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