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comment Uninstall last n of ports/packages
In regards to Option 1, - how would I really know if I don't need some of those packages? They may depend on others installed earlier.
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comment Uninstall last n of ports/packages
List of those 'heavy' ports will be created after my question will be answered. =))
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comment Uninstall last n of ports/packages
@ChristopherPerrin: Does it really matter? Even if there are 10 dependencies, it's nice to have a way to roll them back. Try any gaming port which uses X11.
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comment How does one make a telnet server?
what's the purpose of this? which command are you planning to enter?
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comment Set global handling for PHP scripts in NGINX + PHP-FPM
How do I customize fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME /home/user/domain.tld$fastcgi_script_name; so it's not the same for every site? Also root specified under location in default nginx.conf-dist
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