Hi list:

I'm trying to install Gnome 2.14.1 on my FreeBSD desktop (specifically 
gnome2-lite) via ports. I've browsed the NET and found all software sources 
needed to install it:

The "meta-port" of the GNOME desktop slimmed down for FreeBSD releases
Long description : Sources : Changes : Download
Maintained by: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]@FreeBSD.org&subject=FreeBSD Port: 
Also listed in: gnome 
Requires: ORBit2-2.14.0, aspell-0.60.4_3, atk-1.11.4, avahi-0.6.9_5, 
bitstream-vera-1.10_2, cairo-1.0.4, cdrtools-2.01_4, dbus-0.61_3, 
desktop-file-utils-0.11, djbfft-0.76_2, docbook-sk-4.1.2_3, docbook-xml-4.2_1, 
docbook-xsl-1.69.1_1, dvd+rw-tools-6.0_2, eel-2.14.1, eog-2.14.1, 
epiphany-2.14.1, esound-0.2.36_1, evince-0.5.2_2, expat-2.0.0_1, 
fileroller-2.14.2,1, firefox-,1, fontconfig-2.3.2_4,1, 
freetype2-2.1.10_3, gail-1.8.11, gamin-0.1.7_2, gcalctool-5.7.32,2

...the list continues.

So the problem is:

I'm not connected all the time so I can't wait for the Makefile to fetch the 
sources for me and opening link by link to see the sources will take me a life. 
I'm wondering in which way I can know all the URLs of the sources to download 
it with a download manager an port it manually later on the installation 

Thanks in advance...

Cheers / Me.
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