On Sun, May 13, 2001 at 10:55:49AM -0700, Eric M Logan wrote:
> I recently installed a bare bones installation of FreeBSD that came out
> to under 200MB. After a "make world" the system went over 500MB?! How
> can I cvsup my sources and "make world" w/o adding/updating additional
> stuff other than the original barebones installation? I've already
> tried uncommenting the options in /etc/make.conf such as no_cvs, etc but
> with no success. Any ideas or help would be appreciated, thanks.
Those 500 MB would not by any chance include the contents of /usr/src or
/usr/obj, each of which is about 300 MB ?
If that is the case 'rm -fr /usr/src/* /usr/obj/*' should free a lot of
Otherwise I have no idea. My barebones installation is still at about 150 MB
after several upgrades but then neither /usr/src nor /usr/obj reside on that
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