On Tue, 2003-01-07 at 00:42, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> Daniel Goepp <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 
> > So mx1.freebsd.org itself runs Postfix, but yet, sendmail is still so
> > embedded in FreeBSD that it's almost imposible to get cleaned out.  When
> > are they going to make the FreeBSD install configurable enough to not have
> > to include sendmail, bind, openssl, etc?  I choose to either install these
> > apps as ports, or not at all.
> > 
> > Is there a way to break down the install, and just get a bare bare bare
> > bones install of just base, crypto and man pages, like the install says
> > it's going to do?  I can't imagine this would be too hard to do!
> 
> Then do it.  If it works, I doubt there will be much trouble getting
> it accepted into the system.

um ... what's wrong with doing this in /etc/make.conf?

NO_BIND = true
NO_OPENSSL = true
NO_SENDMAIL = true

and so on.

Seems to be exactly what you want to do
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