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I have ever make some big ports (like postgresql-server-8.0) and system not hang immediately.

The portmaster command line tool is used to install and update software packages. Most of the actions listed in this FAQ are written with the assumption that they will be executed by the root user running the csh or bash shell. Only run this command to initialize your portsnap-maintained ports tree for the first time: Open /usr/ports/UPDATING file using a text editor and read information regarding your applications.The following notational conventions are used in the Mac Ports Guide to distinguish between terminal input/output, file text, and other special text types.This chapter shows you how to install Mac Ports and its prerequisites step-by-step.Next, edit /etc/with the editor of your choice and add the following line to start Apache on reboot: Navigate to your IP address in your browser and you should see the default "It works! Tip: Your site files are located in /usr/local/www/apache24/data/ . Do that now by running the following command: At this point you will need to make some security modifications to your My SQL installation, particularly setting a root password and removing test and anonymous data." Apache page indicating the installation was successful. This is where you'll also find the default "It works! Do that with the following command: That command should drop you into the My SQL shell.Congratulations, you've successfully installed My SQL 5.6 on Free BSD 10.3! Again, we will use the pkg tool to install PHP 5.6.

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