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Old 11th June 2008
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i have installed the latest version from ports and i was wondering how to use it.
Do i have to edit my make.conf file? if yes then what should i write in the file?

I want to be able to compile my kernel with it and ports automaticaly with pcc.

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I doubt if you can all ports and the system with pcc -> some programs use gcc specific extensions.


I would expect you could set CC to pcc but I wouldn't recommend it.
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