hi, i would like to know, if it has a sense to compile software provided in form of ports in /usr/ports. I mean, I know there is a bunch of options you can choose from and make certain application more suitable for your hardware / software needs. I just want to know, if I can install software in binary form (eg. pkg_add -r soft) without a significant change of performance to my machine. If I lost some percents of perfromance, I would rather install it in that way like to compile it and lose a lot of time ... Yes, there is also a matter of patches and updates, because software is constantly improving. Have even a packages in binary form a sense?
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