Charles Howse <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Hi,
> 6.1-RELEASE-p2
> I recently used sysinstall to install cups-1.1.23 via packages/ftp/
> Main Site.
> That adds ghostscript-gnu and xorg-libraries as dependencies.
>
> That's not what I wanted, I don't use a gui, so I selected
> ghostscript-gnu-no-X11.
> That didn't work, it installed ghostscript-gnu first and the no-X11
> install failed.
>
> Now I'm stuck with xorg-libraries, which I don't need nor want.
>
> Is there a way to install ghostscript-gnu-no-X11 and fix the cups
> dependencies?
>
> What would have been the proper way to use sysinstall/packages or
> pkg_add and get no-X11 instead of regular ghostscript-gnu?

I'm not sure I'm understanding your situation properly, but packages
really work best if you are willing to live with whatever the default
options are.  If you want to tune the installation for your environment,
the ports system will do so a lot easier than autofetched packages.
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