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Re: NetBSD on Amazon EC2
Always using bootstrap for setting pkgin, my eyes always watch the pkg only ;-)
Thank you for your support.
On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 10:47 PM, Jeff Rizzo <riz%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> On 4/14/14, 8:28 PM, Francisco Valladolid H. wrote:
>> Hi Folks
>> I begin using NetBSD 6.1.3 on Amazon ec2, previously using NetBSD 6.1
>> amd64, whenever the 6.1.3 AMI available don´t contain support for X11.
>> There are a AMI with X11 support ?
>> While installing git with pkgin, it fail to install correctly
>> Thanks for reading.
>> Best Regards.
> Hi Francisco-
> Assuming these are the semi-official images I maintain (the ones listed on
> the wiki), if you read the MOTD when logging in, you can easily install the
> X11 bits with the '/usr/bootstrap.sh' script.
> From the motd:
> The file system is lightly populated so you have plenty of space to play
> Should you need a src or pkgsrc tree, please use the "bootstrap" script
> under /usr to download them. You can also use the script to set up
> binary packages using "pkgin":
> /usr/bootstrap.sh [src|pkgsrc|binpkg|xbase|xsets]
Francisco Valladolid H.
-- http://blog.bsdguy.net - Jesus Christ follower.
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