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Date:      Mon, 11 Jan 1999 12:54:46 -0800
From:      Eric Hodel <hodeleri@seattleu.edu>
To:        kraj@illumen.com
Cc:        FreeBSD-questions <FreeBSD-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Re: Ports & stuff
Message-ID:  <369A6516.7E1C27BD@seattleu.edu>
References:  <000001be3d95$95066bc0$fdfea8c0@maindev>

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Benjamin Krajmalnik wrote:
> 
> I have successfully installed various ports on my new 3.0 box (for some
> strange reason the packages did not run).  However, I would like to clean up
> the unnecessary files created by the make process (object files which were
> subsequently linked, etc.).
> 
> Where can I find these files?
> 
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Do a make clean in each directory to remove the extra files, then check
/usr/ports/distfiles for the extra files.

I believe the best way to make a port is "make install && make clean" or "make
&& make install && make clean" if that doesn't work.

-- 
Eric Hodel
hodeleri@seattleu.edu

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