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Forum: Software 2003-02-02, 22:24
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Posted By lapo
Hey.. I'm still interested in this... if it's...

Hey.. I'm still interested in this...
if it's not possible to do a "clean" port using sources (or "most of them") I guess I'll have to prepaer a port using the pre-compiled binaries? :question:
Forum: Software 2002-10-28, 12:24
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Posted By lapo
What about having it in the "ports"? e.g....

What about having it in the "ports"?

e.g. http://www.sm.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/ports/misc/dnetc/
Forum: Software 2002-10-24, 16:42
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Posted By lapo
Of course. Ther Makefile can download sources +...

Of course.
Ther Makefile can download sources + patches (if needed) and, why not, even a .o... of course you need to create it each time if it changes (but I doubt it).
Forum: Software 2002-10-23, 21:57
Replies: 9
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Posted By lapo
It has nothing to do with the install point, as I...

It has nothing to do with the install point, as I said in the forst message "ports" are a method to port software on the FreeBSD architecture needing no binary precompiled distributions (more or...
Forum: Software 2002-10-23, 10:23
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Posted By lapo
PrimeNet as a FreeBSD "port"

Would be great to have the client software available in /usr/ports just like dnetc and others.. much easier to install.
For people that doesn't know freebsd "ports" they're a collection of Makefiles...
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