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 Ports caching settings...
Author: el_kab0ng 
Date:   28-06-05 19:27

When initially installing Qpopper, I noticed the developers included a GUI to select options (such as DRAC support) during a make. I have since wanted to deinstall and reinstall the port without DRAC (deinstall, make clean), but it appears the settings are cached, so I am no longer given the menu options I initially had.

I've tweaked the Makefile directly, but still no luck. Does the ports collection cache the initial settings during a make somewhere that I can clear out?

echo '16i[q]sa[ln0=aln100%Pln100/snlbx]sbA0D4D465452snlbxq'|dc

Post Edited (28-06-05 12:27)

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 Re: Ports caching settings...
Author: el_kab0ng 
Date:   28-06-05 19:34

wow.. do I have a history of figuring stuff out 5 minutes after I ask or what???

FYI: options for installed ports are typically found in /var/db/ports

Delete the port options to start fresh with a reinstall.

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 Re: Ports caching settings...
Author: Dan 
Date:   28-06-05 22:13

el_kab0ng wrote:

> Delete the port options to start fresh with a reinstall.

to remove the config: make rmconfig

to respecify the config: make config

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