mark.stewart at mark.stewart at
Mon Dec 3 12:49:45 GMT 2001

I'm one of those people who only install the minimum required on each server=2E
Cos of the nature of the business i'm in we have to screen all code (ensure its
authenticity)=2E If I start installing something from the ports collection I seem
to install lots of dependancies from ftp sites all over the place=2E (is it
possible to install a port without installing the entire ports collection ?)


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Subject:    Re: Mysql
Author: dom at happygiraffe=2Enet
Date:       03/12/01 11:11 AM

On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 09:15:49AM +0000, mark=2Estewart at bacs=2Eco=2Euk wrote:
> Hi, > > I was wondering if anyone new of a good mysql faq for installing on
> FreeBSD 4+=2E (not using the ports collection)=2E I have the latest GNU
> compiler, but I have problems with both source and binary distros of
> mysql =2E=2E=2E

Just curious, but why not using the ports collection?  It really is
easier=2E  :-)


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