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Best way to maintain pkgsrc for mulriple machines on same arch
I have two machines, both running NetBSD, both with i386 based.
I have pkgsrc-current installed on the laptop where I do the builds and
periodically rsync /usr/pkg directory with the desktop.
This has by and large worked, though I realized, install actions sometimes
involve additional actions such as creating user for a daemon etc. where
this method fails.
So what's a better way: Shall I mount /usr/pkgsrc on the second machine
and run make install?
I would certainly not like to replicate the setup, since the architecture
is same and save on compilation time.
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