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Re: Cleaning up /usr/packages/All after massive package deletion
> Actually none of the packages in /usr/pkgsrc/packages/All are strictly
> necessary. they're kept for convenience, so you can e.g. copy all your
> built packages to another machine and pkg_add *.
> You can delete all of them. same goes for distfiles, too, if you're
> trying to conserve space.
I didn't know that! Old packages and outdated distfiles can pile up and waste space.
I guess the real package database is in /var/db/pkg ?
Now I am running pkg_chk -u -s on that computer, and making progress with seom stops.
Maybe I didn't need to delete modular Xorg, but I would need to rebuild it anyway as well as all desired X applications.
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