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 bnc is gone
Author: Philip J. Koenig 
Date:   27-05-02 05:14

It appears that bnc is no longer part of the ports tree. (at least not the one I cvsup'd a week or 2 ago)

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 Re: bnc is gone
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   28-05-02 19:23

Where/how were you looking?

$ cd /usr/ports
$ make search name=bnc
Port: bnc-2.8.4
Path: /usr/ports/irc/bnc
Info: A simple IRC relay proxy with support for virtual hosting
Maint: billf@FreeBSD.org
Index: irc
B-deps:
R-deps:

Port: spambnc-20011013
Path: /usr/ports/mail/spambnc
Info: A set of procmail recipies which handle known/suspected spam
Maint: greid@FreeBSD.org
Index: mail
B-deps:
R-deps:

Port: obnc-20020222
Path: /usr/ports/net/obnc
Info: OpenBSD's netcat: cleaner code, familiar interface, IPv6 support
Maint: dd@FreeBSD.org
Index: net ipv6
B-deps:
R-deps:

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 Re: bnc is gone
Author: joe 
Date:   27-12-02 11:04

Should have to learn the basics.

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