On Tuesday, February 4, 2003, at 10:20 AM, Daniel Bye wrote:
You shouldn't need to - the version form the ports gets installed inDisk space isn't really an issue. The problem is that those old BIND 8 commands are still in /usr/bin and /usr/sbin, and since those two directories come before their /usr/local counterparts, when you type "nslookup" (or whatever), you'll get the BIND 8 version instead of the BIND 9 version. Sure I could go rename all of those BIND 8 versions and do something like put ".8" at the end of them or something. But I'd rather just get rid of BIND 8.
/usr/local/. All you need to do is define named_program in /etc/rc.conf,
and the system will do the right thing. The amount of disk space you
would save by removing named and all associated libs and docs is minimal.
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