On 3/30/07, David <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
thank you for the good responses.
Since i know that there are many I can approach this, I believe for know, for
the sake of learning etc.. I believe what I want to accomplish is a seperate
/usr/local/ and add necessary apps/binaries as needed.
one last thing, is there a way of using some of the global stuff such as 'gcc',
even if it is in the /usr/local/* location even though in my inital statement I
said i want a spereate /usr/local/*. The only reason I ask is stuff like 'gcc'
is something used vasely, and I do not whant to re-invent the wheel and have to
recompile it and waste additional space if it is not necessary. I'm sure i'm
just trying to wish for something I not reasonable.
That is exactly Rich's recommendation. Put gcc into /opt/local, or
you can just use /usr/sfw/bin/gcc.
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