Subject: Re: amd64pkg-3.0.iso available for testing
To: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Francisco Valladolid Hdez. <email@example.com>
Date: 01/07/2006 08:01:02
I install netbsd amd64 a moments ago, and the cd work
I'm checkout pkgsrc form generate some extra packages
for me, such as:
... and lot more.
--- Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Jan 2006, Francisco Valladolid Hdez.
> > ok, I downloaded the amd64pkg-3.0.iso
> > I see that you are a gnome fan ... ;-)
> Am I? why? (No, I'm not... if there were KDE pkgs,
> they'd be on the CD,
> but there are none; and there are ~no gnome pkgs on
> the CD either, only
> what's needed for dependencies)
> > for my purposes, some packages are not included
> > as:
> > sudo, this is the first program that download from
> > pkgsrc when I install NetBSD.
> Hm, I guess it can't hurt a lot to add that.
> What I'm totally puzzled about is why there's no
> firefox on the CD.
> It's listed in the READMe, it's also in the temp
> directory that's made to
> create the CD, but i can't find it in. No idea
> what's happening there...
> (And debugging this isn't so easy when the CD is on
> the other end of the
> world with a tiny link to me)
> On the other hand, qemu-system-x86_64 helps a lot
> testing this.
> - Hubert
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