Re: packages compiled from source



Many thanks too all who ansered, that's really helpful. I just had a hard time compiling lighttpd and php5 together, so wanted to save them as packages to spare me the headache in the near future.

Have read the ports man I see that I can change the PACKAGES in the environment, but how do I change the environment. Would I edit /etc/ make.conf at a guess?

On 23 Sep 2007, at 15:35, Karol Kwiatkowski wrote:

Kris Kennaway wrote:
Gabriel Dragffy wrote:
Hi, trying to find out where the complete packge files are for the
packges that I compiled from ports. I wanted to save these somewhere
so I wouldn't have to recompile them in the future. The handbook
doesn't shed any light on this:(

They are not saved separately but you can create backups using
pkg_create -b.

In addition, you can use 'package' (or 'package-recursive') target
instead of 'install' to create packages automagically. In that case
target directory is set by PACKAGES variable.

Have a look at ports(7) manpage for details.

Cheers,

Karol

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