Anyone got a CD burner and a local repository?
aw1 at stade.co.uk
Fri Oct 13 01:40:54 BST 2000
On Thu, Oct 12, 2000 at 06:10:12PM +0100, Mark Ovens wrote:
> Thanks for the offer but Neil Ford has offered to burn me a copy to CD.
Much more convenient. I can see that CD being passed around the country.
> Could you post the sup file that you use though please? I'm curious as to
> what the data directory is as /usr/share/examples/cvs-supfile only lists
> src-all, doc-all, and ports-all. Also, where does it out the checkouts
> file? According to /usr/share/examples/cvs-supfile it should be in
Below is my cvs-supfile. The sup directory goes wherever base points. I
use a non-standard setting, for hysterical raisins. Within sup there is
a directory per collection, with a checkouts file therein. I'm not sure
where I gleaned the information about gnats and www from.
data is the www collection - a copy of much of what lies under
www.freebsd.org. Especially useful for an up to date copy of the
gnats is the pr collection, most conveniently viewed with tkgnats.
# Defaults that apply to all the collections
*default delete use-rel-suffix
## Main Source Tree.
## Ports Collection.
# pr database
# web pages
> BTW, in the header of your mail:
> Mail-Followup-To: Adrian Wontroba <aw1>, freebsd-users at freebsd-uk.eu.org
> Is this an anti-spam measure? mutt picked it up as the reply address and
> then barfed when it tried to send it.
No - I've either misconfigured something or not configured it. Mutt
probably. Thanks for pointing this out.
I've had this email address for a long time. It must be in every spam
database. For me, it is too late to hide.
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