I have a bug

Justin Sherrill justin at shiningsilence.com
Sun Feb 26 06:41:55 PST 2012

That means that there's no prebuilt pkgsrc binaries for all of Gnome.
Chances are that many of them are built, but not every one, so the
meta-package isn't complete.

You can still do it the traditional way, building from source.

# cd /usr/pkgsrc/meta-pkgs/gnome
# bmake install

This will take a while.  There still may be a broken package in
there... I haven't built Gnome myself in a while.

Also, test at dragonflybsd.org is a mailing list for testing successful
mailing to dragonflybsd.org - you want to submit problems to
bugs at dragonflybsd.org.

On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 5:59 PM, Sergey Jamy <jamy023 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I cant install gnome from binaries. I wrote pkgin install gnome (i want
> install meta package). And i got this message:
> "gnome is not available on the repository". I know what that mean. But i
> dont't understand why? In handbook said this should install minimal gnome.
> How i can install gnome not from sources? I trying install gnome separately
> one by one package. But gnome still doesn't starting. And more i dont have
> /etc/rc.d/hald script and dont't know where to get the default.
> Help me while i don't moved to the PCBSD :)

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