Subject: solaris minimum installation to use with pkgsrc
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Joel CARNAT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/02/2004 18:02:16
I'm used to pkgsrc on NetBSD/i386.
As I can't have NetBSD running on my SUN Ultra10, I plan to use Solaris
9 and pkgsrc.
I want to have as much pkgsrc as possible and I don't know which
"Sol9 install flavour" to use. I will use the binary bootstrap, gcc3
binary package, and some windowmanager filemanager from pkgsrc.
So, will a "standard user" install will be OK, or do I need more
(programmer flavour, ...) or even less. If I choose the tiniest install,
which packages will I have to install by hand (like X server, ...) ?
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