On Wednesday 21 July 2004 04:43 am, Peter Ryan wrote:
> Hi,
> In my first install of freeBSD 4.10, i selected X-developer
> and installed all the sources - not really knowing what I
> might need.  I have 6 Gigs, and I keep running out of
> disk space when installing ports.
> I think I need to start again and select a smaller install.
> Eventually, I want to use freeBSD for 2 separate
> things - a server and a client.  I am trying to get
> the client going first, and have selected KDE and
> am in the process of getting OpenOffice sorted out.
> I hope to convert an existing Excel application
> into a server component (written in java) and
> a client component (probably OO Calc with basic
> macros talking via some sort of SOAP implementation)
> Can I get some recommendations as to which
> install option I should choose for the client.
> (and the server too I guess)
> Specifically, which sets of source code would
> be best, if any. I hope to keep everything as
> vanilla as possible.
> Thanks to everyone who has been helping.
> Peter

How did you partition the hard drive?

Andrew Gould
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