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Old 27th April 2012
daemonfowl daemonfowl is offline
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Hi BSD Gurus !

As an OpenBSD student and enthusiast , I've always considered OpenBSD as well as the rest of the BSDs a refined gift from well-cultured brains ..

Lately I happened to discover a package I never thought it would ever exist among the packages .. I mean gnaughty.

Why on Earth would a BSD Nerd need something like this ? why including it ?
Sorry but it's no part of a well-purposed OS with a clean history and great reputation.
(a newbie's critical appreciation of a misfit pandoric package)
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Old 27th April 2012
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Why on Earth would a BSD Nerd need something like this ? why including it ?
The general answer is that someone was motivated enough & skilled enough to port the application to OpenBSD. If you want a more specific answer, look at CVS commit history & directly query the person who initially did the work.
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It may be possible to change the scripts to download something outside of porn. Look at the source code plus what ocicat said.
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