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Whenever I close Octopkg I cannot open it again without going to the system monitor and ending the octopkg processes first. Any way to fix this?
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There aren't any warnings or errors in the terminal when I type bsd@bsd-ghostbsd-pc /u/l/bin> octopkg. It doesn't do anything when the octopkg processes are still running.Try starting it from a terminal window, it may spit out a bunch of warnings and/or errors that might be useful to figure out what is going wrong.
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-f) by default is debatably not ideal. This example was harmless:
Did you setup doas for it? It needs setup.
- Make octopkg-doas work with sudo when doas is not found.
Some escalation of privileges are needed.