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> sort of off topic, but does anyone know the answer?
post Dec 13 2003, 01:00 PM
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I have OS X panther and I installed fink so that i can get plucker working and I noticed that every time one apt-gets anything the damn OS X starts to prelink (prebind in Mac-lingo) everything! This is disk/cpu intensive and takes forever. Is there some way to manually take control of OS X prelinking? i.e. just do it once in a while when a big bunch of libs/apps have changed?

P.S. i just noticed that there is a native version of plucker for OS X. Nevertheless, fink is mighty cool and I'd like to be able to install X11 stuff w/o this annoyance.
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