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Date:      Sun, 04 Sep 2011 11:05:17 +0100
From:      Richard Collyer <richard@blueapex.co.uk>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Date Ports Installed or Install Log
Message-ID:  <4E634D5D.5010209@blueapex.co.uk>

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Hi all,

I was trying to get CUPS working last night and installed 
gutenprint-cups but the make failed half way through - managed to get 
the printer working without it so no longer need it. As a result its 
installed a fair number of packaged (mostly X11 related) that I don't 
need on this headless server so I'd like to tidy them up.

Is there a way of finding out what date/order ports have been installed 
or is the output that is sent over ssh logged anywhere so I can trace 
back and find out what packages I need to nerf.

I've run cutleaves and portmaster to show ports that have are not 
referenced by others but as this was the only thing I installed 
yesterday might be quicker/easier to do it via examining logs.

Thanks in advance,
Richard


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