On Tue, 02 Dec 2008 08:38:02 +0100
Leslie Jensen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
How would you guys uninstall a meta-port?
I'm considering a move to kde4 but I want a clean install, so I want
to remove the kde3 meta-port first.
Well, you might try navigating to the kde3 port </usr/ports/x11/kde3>
and running: make deinstall. Alternately, you could try running
something like 'pkg_delete'; i.e.: "pkg_delete -vdf kde-3.5.10".
Well, I tried your first suggestion before I posted, and it only removes
the meta-port but none of the ports it has installed. The second
suggestion I have not tried because I want it to do a recursive
deinstall without touching any ports that are dependencies of other
installed ports. Maybe it is as simple as pkg_delete -r, but because I
saw what happend when deinstaling the meta-port I felt I needed to ask
to be sure. I could ofcourse deinstall kde, kdebase, kdehier and so
forth but I'm looking for a smarter way to do it.
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