Subject: Re: KDE pkg install
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Asemi <email@example.com>
Date: 02/01/2006 09:25:12
David W. Talmage wrote:
>>From: Brian Asemi [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>>Sent: Wednesday, February 1, 2006 11:16 AM
>>To: 'Marc Coevoet'
>>Subject: Re: KDE pkg install
>>Marc Coevoet wrote:
>>>Looks like I am going trough the dependency tree ..
>>>I'll have to learn to work with updating the dependency tree (there
>>>should be a command), bu now the machine is already 6 hours busy
>>>compiling, without erors, I'll have KDE soon now..
>>I actually had a similar ordeal just yesterday when trying to compile
>>balsa2 from pkgsrc. I went through libgnomeui, libgnome, libbonoboui,
> I went through all of that for years. Then I learned about pkg_comp. That helped a lot because it builds packages without disrupting your enjoyment of your computer.
> After a couple of years of that, I got tired of waiting for pkg_comp. I decided that I wanted my computer to be more of an appliance and less of a hobby, so when NetBSD 3.0 came out, I gave up pkg_comp. Now, I just use the binary packages on ftp.netbsd.org. It's such a joy to not have to wait around for packages to build. They just install!
I would use them, but I use X.org from pkgsrc, and all of the binary
pkgs on the FTP are built with the base X11 :/.