How to get an overview of the installed ports

Dan MacMillan flowers at
Fri Mar 19 10:10:15 PST 2004

pkg_tree is also available in the ports collection at


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-freebsd-questions at
[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at]On Behalf Of Arek Czereszewski
Sent: March 19, 2004 02:47
To: Ronald Hoellwarth
Cc: freebsd-questions at
Subject: Re: How to get an overview of the installed ports

Ronald Hoellwarth wrote:

>I've installed some apps and deinstalled them  again because I didn't
>like them. While installing them other software was installed too but
>I think it wasn't removed when I removed the unwanted programms.
>Is there a possibility to get an overview which ports are installed and
>how they are linked? something like this:
>    needs appB appC
>    needed by appD appE appF
>    needs -none-
>    needed by appA
>Then I could go through the list and see which programms I have to
>remove in order to get a cleaner system.
>greetings from crailsheim, germany
>ronald höllwarth
Try this app pkg_tree from page

Maybe help.

Arkadiusz Czereszewski  |  gg: 1349941
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