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Old 8th May 2009
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Default CVS Refuse file -- stumping me

Hey everyone.
Diving back into the FreeBSD world after a brief hiatus.

Anyway, I was building a FreeBSD 7.2 server here and was trying to figure out how to get the refuse file working again, since I dont want all the ports.

Basically, I have my ports-supfile all setup.

Here is my ports-supfile:

Code:
*default base=/var/db
*default prefix=/usr
*default release=cvs tag=.
*default delete use-rel-suffix
I *thought* my refuse file would go intO

/var/db/sup/

so it would be /var/db/sup

Yet, its not working.
Im missing something here.

Can anyone help me out?

Many thanks.

H.

Last edited by houdini; 8th May 2009 at 11:08 PM. Reason: oops
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/var/db/sup/refuse works for me ...

Code:
% cat /var/db/sup/refuse
ports/arabic
ports/chinese
ports/french
ports/german
ports/hebrew
ports/hungarian
ports/japanese
ports/korean
ports/polish
ports/portuguese
ports/russian
ports/ukrainian
ports/vietnamese
ports/palm
Note that cvsup/csup will *not* remove these directories, so if you already have a previous snapshot, you will have to manually delete these directories (i.e. rm -rf `cat refuse | xargs`).
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