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> Cleaning Up After Building Packages, I have filled up my 3100!
Wildherb
post Sep 1 2007, 01:27 AM
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In spite of not having suspend/resume working I have been pleased with OpenBSD on my 3100 in as much as the process of building from the ports tree works remarkably well, even for a newbie like me ;o). I have managed to build over 90MB's worth of packages but my Z says it can do no more as the disk is full. As a consequence, I have decided to do a rebuild over the weekend and hope that the suspend/resume problem goes away!

Two questions:

1) Is there a procedure for cleaning up after building a port? there must be a lot of source code and temp files which are no longer needed. I guess that building via an NFS on another machine as documented on the planetofidiots website might overcome this.

2) I do not curently have any webspace to host a feed, but rather than keeping my 4.2 packages to myself, is there an area I can post them to? I have been focusing mainly on security applications so I have the following:

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ORBit2-2.14.7.tgz                               libnet-1.0.2ap1.tgz
aterm-0.4.2p1.tgz                               libnetdude-0.7p2.tgz
autoconf-2.13p0.tgz                             libnetdude-conntrack-plugin-0.5p0.tgz
autoconf-2.52p1.tgz                             libnetdude-traceset-plugin-0.2p0.tgz
autoconf-2.59p1.tgz                             libnetdude-traffic-analyzer-plugin-0.3p0.tgz
autoconf-2.61p1.tgz                             libnids-1.20.tgz
bzip2-1.0.4.tgz                                 libpcapnav-0.6p0.tgz
cdparanoia-3.a9.8p0.tgz                         libxfce4mcs-4.4.1.tgz
cups-1.2.7p4.tgz                                libxfce4util-4.4.1.tgz
db-3.1.17p8.tgz                                 libxfcegui4-4.4.1p1.tgz
db-4.2.52p11.tgz                                libxml-2.6.29.tgz
db-tcl-3.1.17p3.tgz                             libxslt-1.1.21.tgz
db-tcl-4.2.52p3.tgz                             links+-2.1pre28p0.tgz
dbus-1.0.2p1.tgz                                metaauto-0.7.tgz
dbus-glib-0.73p0.tgz                            mozilla-firefox-2.0.0.6.tgz
docbook-4.4.tgz                                 mozilla-firefox-devel-2.0.0.6.tgz
docbook-dsssl-1.72.tgz                          mrxvt-0.5.2p2.tgz
driftnet-0.1.6.tgz                              mutt-1.4.2.3.tgz
dsniff-2.3p2.tgz                                mysql-client-5.0.45.tgz
esound-0.2.34p0v0.tgz                           mysql-server-5.0.45.tgz
eterm-0.8.10p0.tgz                              mysql-tests-5.0.45.tgz
etherape-0.9.0p2.tgz                            netdude-0.4.6p0.tgz
fam-2.7.0p2.tgz                                 netdude-traffic-analyzer-plugin-0.3p0.tgz
gconf2-2.18.0.1.tgz                             nspr-4.6.7.tgz
gdbm-1.8.3p0.tgz                                nspr-docs-4.6.7.tgz
gmake-3.80p1.tgz                                nss-3.11.7.tgz
gnome-doc-utils-0.10.3p1.tgz                    p5-XML-NamespaceSupport-1.09p0.tgz
gnome-icon-theme-2.18.0p0.tgz                   p5-XML-Parser-2.34p0.tgz
gnome-keyring-0.8.1.tgz                         p5-XML-SAX-0.14p0.tgz
gnome-mime-data-2.18.0.tgz                      p5-XML-Simple-2.14p1.tgz
gnome-themes-2.18.1p2.tgz                       popt-1.7p0.tgz
gnome-vfs2-2.18.1p0.tgz                         postgresql-client-8.2.4p0.tgz
gtk-engines2-2.10.1p0.tgz                       postgresql-contrib-8.2.4p0.tgz
help2man-1.29p0.tgz                             postgresql-docs-8.2.4p0.tgz
icewm-1.2.30p0.tgz                              postgresql-server-8.2.4p3.tgz
icon-naming-utils-0.8.2.tgz                     py-libdnet-1.10p1.tgz
imlib-1.9.14p5.tgz                              py-libxml-2.6.29.tgz
intltool-0.35.5.tgz                             python-2.4.4p4.tgz
iso-codes-1.0.tgz                               python-bsddb-2.4.4p4.tgz
iso8879-1986.tgz                                python-bz2-2.4.4p4.tgz
jbigkit-1.6p1.tgz                               python-expat-2.4.4p4.tgz
lcms-1.15.tgz                                   python-gdbm-2.4.4p4.tgz
libIDL-0.8.8.tgz                                python-idle-2.4.4p4.tgz
libart-2.3.19p1.tgz                             python-tests-2.4.4p4.tgz
libaudiofile-0.2.6p0.tgz                        python-tkinter-2.4.4p4.tgz
libbonobo-2.18.0.tgz                            python-tools-2.4.4p4.tgz
libbonoboui-2.18.0.tgz                          scrollkeeper-0.3.14p3.tgz
libconfuse-2.5p0.tgz                            sqlite-2.8.17p1.tgz
libdnet-1.10p2.tgz                              tcl-8.4.7p5.tgz
libgcrypt-1.2.0p1.tgz                           tilda-0.9.4.tgz
libglade2-2.6.1.tgz                             tk-8.4.7p1.tgz
libgnome-2.18.0.tgz                             vte-0.16.6.tgz
libgnomecanvas-2.14.0p0.tgz                     xfce-mcs-manager-4.4.1p0.tgz
libgnomeui-2.18.1p0.tgz                         xfwm4-4.4.1.tgz
libgpg-error-1.1p0.tgz                          xzoom-0.3.tgz
libmng-1.0.9p1.tgz
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ZDevil
post Sep 1 2007, 10:14 PM
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Something to add:

Browsers:
mathemajikian has compiled Firefox with flash & java support, and also w3m

PIM:
Forgot to add Calcurse, a really nice minimalist PIM app. The funny thing is the Calcurse homepage says it's already ported to OpenBSD, but I have yet to find it in the ports tree ...
Notecase is a great tool as well. But first I have to take my very first step to create a brand new port outside of the ports tree... rolleyes.gif

Building:
Do you use some optimization flags to improve the performance of the packages?
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post Sep 2 2007, 02:10 AM
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QUOTE(ZDevil @ Sep 2 2007, 07:14 AM)
Something to add:

Browsers:
mathemajikian has compiled Firefox with flash & java support, and also w3m

PIM:
Forgot to add Calcurse, a really nice minimalist PIM app. The funny thing is the Calcurse homepage says it's already ported to OpenBSD, but I have yet to find it in the ports tree ...
Notecase is a great tool as well. But first I have to take my very first step to create a brand new port  outside of the ports tree...  rolleyes.gif

Building:
Do you use some optimization flags to improve the performance of the packages?
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OK lets see how we get on.

For browsers I am looking for something a bit more featured that dillo but not as heavy as firefox. Although I have comiled firefox, and it works, I am sure that I was actually aiming to compile epiphany at the time, not sure what happened there but it took 3 days and out came firefox! oh well! Attempting to compile konqueror was what finally filled up my Z so within my packages there will be many of the dependan ones for konqueror. Might try comiling galeon.

I have already done icewm and had been using it as my wm. I also like xfce4 as it makes it easy to change fonts which is useful on a Z which has a very small screen. I have done two packages which allow it to but need to do the rest of the modules as well.

In answer you your question on optimisation, no, I am a newbie here so I am stricly "make" and "make install" but I'm always happy to learn.

Back to rebuilding the Z now, I have a 10.4 powerbook so your instructions should work for me, I'll be back when I am fully "tooled up" again ;o)
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