efrenba at yahoo.es
Sat Nov 26 22:28:45 GMT 2005
Jason, David, Chen and the others, !=Chris,
I don't lose my time to answering him because I
wouldn't have time to read the CVSup man pages as
Chris suggests, jajajajaja
thanks for your help....
--- Chris <racerx at makeworld.com> escribió:
> vizion wrote:
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> >>questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Efren
> >>Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 10:39 AM
> >>To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> >>Subject: CVSup doubts
> >>I'm trying to configure CVSup to download
> >>ports but I've several doubts about it. I
> >>/usr/share/examples/ports-supfile file.
> >>6.0 RELEASE-i386)
> >>1- When I update a specific port, only is
> >>his skeleton or his binary files are
> >>2- For instance if I'm just interested in
> >>updating /usr/ports/net ports, do I do it
> >>commenting the ports-all line and comment out
> >>ports-net line?
> >>3- I don't have the /usr/ports/net-im folder,
> >>I add the line ports-net-im, to download his
> I STONGLY suggest you read the handbook. Then,
> read it again.
> Then once more for good measure.
> CVS is NOT hard IF you take the time to READ
> and LEARN.
> If however you don't want to take the time to
> read, learn and understand
> - then stick with the packages.
> You are the type of user that will download a
> tarball, try to install
> it, then complain that it don't work. Never
> mind the fact that you have
> packages and ports.
> You will be the user that EXPECTS everything
> you download, to run
> automagically without an ounce of knowledge of
> how to use the powerfull
> OS and it's tools you seemed to have muddled
> through installing, right
> at your fingertips.
> I hate users looking for the shortcuts.
> Best regards,
> Real programmers don't eat muffins.
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