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  Problems with some ports (mysql) new XingZhe  27-08-03 02:31 
  abiword 1.0.6 new regisr  16-08-03 05:29 
  sed_inplace:No such file or directory new sstrycker  13  11-08-03 23:15 
  "Broken" ports new rperry4  16-07-03 17:40 
  FTP Code new sujata  02-07-03 15:00 
  portupgrade problem new jacksun  26-06-03 03:20 
  Archiver + spanning new Guest  24-06-03 12:45 
  Synergy Lag new Nico  10-06-03 09:11 
  English manual new Joeke Land  08-06-03 11:32 
  Does anyone know? new guest  24-05-03 16:14 
  gdal build error new Kirk Wythers  06-05-03 16:53 
  xmbmon new sandra  16-04-03 02:49 
  COMMENT= in Makefile errors new Ted Fines  21-03-03 22:29 
  XFree86-4-server port problem new Joel Campbell  14-03-03 02:29 
  XFree86-clients errors new Jeff  25-02-03 08:08 
  imap2002 new Hasan  15-02-03 20:42 
  Please help with ports. new Roman Gaufman  14-02-03 20:21 
  Problem compiling MathPlanner new Sergey  09-02-03 16:06 
  idesk new Maksim  30-01-03 19:34 
  FreeBSD 50R ports new suwa  22-01-03 18:14 
  Kcommander new bORg  14-01-03 22:09 
  problem install Microsoft CLI on freebsd 4.7 new Alex  07-12-02 07:09 
  problem install courier 0.39 ports on freebsd 4.7 new steven liang  06-12-02 22:45 
  JDK 1.4.1 on FreeBSD new Marijan Matic  19-11-02 20:50 
  Win32 port / binaries? new Frank Rizzo  14-11-02 02:15 
  Rebuilding ports new David Holm  12-11-02 04:37 
  Problems with some ports new Sed: Illegal Option i  29-09-02 12:16 
  FreshPorts and OpenBSD 3.1 new Andy  13-09-02 14:02 
  Port 3017 new Peter  06-08-02 18:07 
  Welcome new JunkMale  06-08-02 18:00 
  test post new JunkMale  08-04-02 11:19 
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