I have not tried this.. but its certainly worth a shot.
A warning though - someone (or was it me?) removed the pkgtools
package in order to upgrade pkgtools - well, obviously, installpkg was not
there to install the updated package. <--- follow me?(doubting my explination skills).
That was a bit of a mess, but was resolved.
Before you try it,which if I were you I problably would try it, I would:
a - make sure your original pkgtools .tgz is available on the hard drive
b - make a backup copy of:
and put them somewhere safe
then " upgradepkg ". If problems occur you can always copy back your backed up
files, and reinstall the old packages.
But AGAIN - I have NOT done this... sounds do-able though.
Good luck & don't blame me