MacPorts OS X 10.6.2 install problem

Ian Roache deusxmac at
Wed Feb 24 19:49:25 PST 2010

Firewall is off, and the FAQ doesn't help much because the files I need to edit or replace are read-only and changing permissions is not allowed.
On 25/02/2010, at 3:48 AM, Kirk Stork wrote:

> Is the rsync port being blocked by your firewall?
> If a blocked port is, in fact the problem, either 1) get it opened up, or 2) see the FAQ:
> hth  
> On Feb 24, 2010, at 4:20 AM, Ian Roache wrote:
>> Installed X11 and Xcode Tools on a MacMini in 10.6.2, then tried to install MacPorts !.8.2 using the package installer. Following a "port" command, I was presented with:
>> Warning: No default port source specified in /opt/local/etc/macports/sources.conf, using last source as default

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