Luiz Eduardo Guida Valmont wrote:
I'm sorry if this is one of those rtfm cases, but I've exhausted my options
so far (except asking for help here ^^).

When you "make install" a package, for some the first thing you get is a
screen where you choose some compile-time options that affect the package's
dependancies (eg. "postgresql support" when trying to install amarok). The
question is simple: is there a way or a make target that deletes my choices
and / or forces make to ask them again?

Use the make target, 'config', eg:

   # make config install clean

should do. Alternatively, you can simply delete the config from /var/db/ports/<package_name> that will clear any previous choices.

Erik
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