In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> "David O'Brien" writes:
: Yes, local stuff.  IMHO, the Ports Collection using /usr/local was the
: biggest mistake of it.  The ports collection should have used /usr/pkg/
: as NetBSD does.  I have to create /usr/truely-local on my FreeBSD
: machines.

But the ports collection predated NetBSD's use of /usr/pkg...

I have a /local for things that must be local to the machine and
/usr/local NFS mounted in one lab.  In the other, I don't worry about
it and have /usr/local and /packages.  In a third I have /usr/local
and no central package area.  The only thing that seems different is
the order of my path variable :-)


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