X-Organization: Thought Unlimited. Public service Unix since 1986.
X-Of_Interest: With 22 years of service to the Unix community.
well, people, i really screwed up my primary computer (running 7.0)
thru have both kde3 and kde4 installed. i tried unsuccessfully to
kde4 -- which i tried months ago. but parts got messed up with other
version-4 apps like qt4-*. i'm rebuilding "tao" with portmanager -i -p
which, according to my howto notes, will fix broken dependencies. is
analogue mix of flags for portupgrade that i can cron (say) every week?
or is there a better means of keeping current...?
i'm deciding to switch over to ubuntu for my desktop next summer when
build a NEW (no mo' cheaping out), GREEN, fast desktop. then i'll swap
over my Dell for my server. DNS, mail, web, and FBSD 7.2 [or
can't beat FBSD for stability. until then i'd like the best means of
keeping things current. as auto-magically as possible with FBSD here.
Gary Kline kl...@thought.org http://www.thought.org Public Service Unix
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