Moving ports around?
pav at FreeBSD.org
Sat Jul 14 22:10:51 UTC 2007
Ivan Voras píše v so 14. 07. 2007 v 22:36 +0200:
> Is there a canonical, re-usable way to move / rebase packages around the
> system, so that the package gets moved from one system directory tree to
> Example: If I have a machine with some installed packages, and another
> machine's root directory mounted in (e.g.) /mnt, I'd like to copy a
> locally installed package to /mnt, so the effect is as if the package is
> installed in an environment chrooted on /mnt. For now, I'm doing this
> the "long way around", by creating a package (.tgz) file, then
> installing it in a chroot environment on the /mnt tree. I'd like to skip
> the package file creation phase and directly move the files from one
> location to the other, with the same effect (e.g. pre/post-install
> scripts, etc.).
Hmm, recreating a package from the installed port and installing it
again in chroot() sounds pretty straightforward to me...
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
Logitech is infamous for providing 30 MB compressed driver software
packages that install a bunch of crap applications on the system and
round up the number of icons in the tray to the nearest power of two.
-- Michael Stromberg
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