On Thursday 12 February 2004 22.38, Lauri Watts wrote: > With some judicious cleaning up of the cruft in /usr/ports/* (try > portsclean, part of the portupgrade suited), possibly nuking /usr/obj > (although you'll want space back for that if you build world again) and > some investigation into maybe rolling over logs more often, and emptying > out /tmp, there's no pressing reason the OP should need to repartiiton and > reinstall, especially not for the sake of either KDE or GNOME.
To clarify this, since I'm editing my silly typo below, personally, I think I would reinstall in the current situation. I just meant it's probably not urgently in need of doing right this minute just to get KDE running. There's probably a fair amount of cleanup, and the other posters symlinking suggestions, that will provide the immediate solution of 'get back up and running' for the present. A reorganisation in the future, is not a bad idea though. > I think for most people the installers auto defaults are not pretty s/not/now/ I meant here, honest. Regards, -- Lauri Watts KDE Documentation: http://i18n.kde.org/doc/ KDE on FreeBSD: http://freebsd.kde.org/