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Sam Pikesley samdavidpikesley at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Jan 13 12:39:06 GMT 2003

 --- James <James at reftech.co.uk> wrote: > 
> > Did you know about
> > '/usr/ports/misc/instant-workstation'? And
> similarly,
> > '/usr/ports/misc/instant-server'? Not
> comprehensive,
> > but a good jumping-off point for interested
> newbies...
> /usr/ports/misc/porteasy is another interesting one.
>  I've not used it, but
> in my general hunting around for things I spotted
> it.  It allows a list of
> ports to be specified for grabbing and building all
> in one go, which I guess
> would make it good for building a 'standard'
> distribution of sorts.
> Personally I worship at the alter of whoever created
> /usr/ports/sysutils/portupgrade.  It's gorgeous and
> sexy for a sufficiently
> wide definition of 'gorgeous' and 'sexy'.

No, I think you'll find that by any reasonable
person's definition, it is indeed gorgeous and sexy.
Especially pkgdb -Fuv.


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