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Oct
21
comment Uninstall last n of ports/packages
Here it is - As another (dirtier) option! Seems very clean! Can you make it as an answer and I will accept it?
Oct
21
comment Uninstall last n of ports/packages
Let's point it this way - I'm now screwed, I'm asking a question and playing games on FreeBSD. I'm rejecting your physiologist's advices to exercise my human judgment, since you have no idea what it's like in me. You are making dramatic judgments which is not correct to do in a place like here.
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21
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21
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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Oct
21
comment Uninstall last n of ports/packages
List of those 'heavy' ports will be created after my question will be answered. =))
Oct
21
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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20
answered How does one make a telnet server?
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20
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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