rebuild DragonFly using gcc 4.1
geek.arnuld at gmail.com
Thu May 10 10:42:45 PDT 2007
On 5/5/07, Erik Wikström <erik-wikstrom at telia.com> wrote:
It downloads the DragonFly sourcecode to your computer so that you can
compile it. If you have a slow connection you might want to download a
compressed tarball of the sources instead of using cvsup. You can
download tarballs from here:
it is great way. i a using 1.8.1 release hence will download that
source and decompress it into: "/usr" :-)
Yes, the steps under Keeping up to date are good, but use the file
OK, i am using 1.8.1 release now but that "tar file" way is better than "cvsup"
it you want preview. If you have a slow connection you might want to
download a tarball as mentioned above.
For third party application don't follow what's written under Installing
software, look at http://wiki.dragonflybsd.org/index.cgi/HowToPkgsrc and
follow the steps under the section Pre-built pkgsrc packages, but use
the addresses found on
this directory does not exist :-(
if a package you want can't be found there take a look in
same as above. i checked that "pkgsrc-current" directory does not
exist. any ideas of some other source ?
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