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Old 4th September 2009
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In pkgsrc 2009Q2 is missing and i cannot find it how would i go about creating one?
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sorry mk.conf is missing
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sorry mk.conf is missing
On most default installations of the *BSD family, mk.conf does not exist. The reason is that for most, the default setting already found in the pkgsrc tree are sufficient. If you need to modify what compiler settings will be used in building packages, create mk.conf yourself; it is nothing more than a text file.

For more information, study the pkgsrc guide. In particular, Chapter 5 covers configuration issues:

http://netbsd.org/docs/pkgsrc/configuring.html
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