ms at mac-specialist.com
Thu Feb 26 10:15:58 PST 2009
On Feb 26, 2009, at 3:16 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> "port contents foo" always tells you what files are installed by
> port foo so that is a good way to learn.
I wish I would have noticed that command when I started. Live and
learn. I did learn a lot by traversing /opt/local
Thanks to everybody that contributed to this thread for taking the
time to give great insights.
Very little of my time is actually spent on unix, and I feel proud of
all that I've learned and taught myself since OS X came out. I can
still remember when I opened the Terminal for the first time. Several
years have passed, and by now I've written several fairly elaborate
shell scripts. Anyway, just about the time I think I am getting the
grasp of it all, I visit this group and find out how little I really
Thanks again to all who contribute to this project, and to those who
patiently explain, and teach...
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