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Mpkg is a ports collection. Each port contains the information necessary to automatically download, compile, and install a specific program, and also information about dependencies between programs. Ports collections are common on various BSD flavors, but mpkg is designed to be portable to any UNIX-like system. Development has been done on DEC OSF/1, GNU/Linux, and Solaris. Mpkg also tries to install all programs in separate directories, never touching the common directories like /usr and /etc.

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Release Notes: Improved support for Solaris 8, fixes for Red Hat Linux 7.2, and lots of upgraded and added programs.

  •  01 Jul 2001 17:05

Release Notes: Removing some dependency on typing the AFS command 'fs'.

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