On 31. Jul 2005, at 6:34 Uhr, Kito wrote:
>> and the 'progressive' profile (a free-for-all
>> overwrite-whatever-you-want policy).
> the progressive profile is anything but a 'free-for-all'. Its primary
> purpose is setting up the environment required to build the Darwin OS.
> Nothing that gets installed in a default configuration will break OS
> X. I use what are arguably the most demanding apps available for OS
> X(shake, Logic Pro, Final Cut Pro, etc.), and have been for almost a
> year now without any ill side effects from using the progressive
I did not understand. If i install something, that already exists, for
example cvs or sed or bash, that replaces my OS X files ind there is no
way to go back, isn't it? I don't want to use two "distros", fink and
gentoo-osx, so if i try it i want to try all packages i need, then try
to solve problems as good as i can, but when i realise, that i cannot
work with it, i want to get rid of it and return to fink, which i'm not
happy with but which is usable.
I would be very pleased to be able to help you but there is this one
step i will not go, sorry.
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