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Old 6th September 2008
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Default userland sources

I'm installing Gnome on one of my laptops running FreeBSD 7. After some time it stops with an error Userland sources required in /usr/src.

there are 2 ways of doing it.
1 through csup
2. sysinstall

1. Do I need to modify /usr/share/examples/cvsup/standard-supfile to fetch some perticular port

2. If I use sysinstall I didn't saw userland sources any where under configuration => Distribution => src. Then which sources i should select?
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