Cleaning up an OLD macports system
keybounce at gmail.com
Tue May 18 08:14:43 PDT 2010
I have a mac that was heavily used three years ago, and has been
mostly idle for two years.
I've got a new install of Macports on it now, and a bunch of things installed.
However, when a port wanted to install db46, it claimed that I had to
first remove the install from /usr/local/bin.
Checking shows a large amount of stuff from an old macports system
back from before the move to /opt/local.
Is there any good/easy way to tell what in /usr/local is from an old
macports, and clean it up/remove it, or is nuking the whole directory
the only option?
P.s.: This was old enough that it used SystemStarter items.
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