|Well, it's not actually installing all of the ports. It's more like putting the
ports on hard disk instead of the CD. And it's just the port skeletons. A port
skeleton allows you to just do a "make install" in order to install the port.
That's the beauty of ports. It's all automatic.
I did this by performing
the following steps after inserting the CD#1 of the FreeBSD set into the CD-ROM drive.
I waited for about 30 minutes while the files were transferred to my hard drive. Then I
installed DHCP again.
For an example of how I used the above to actually install a port, see what I did when
I reinstalled DHCP.