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$NetBSD: README,v 1.6 2005/08/19 16:12:14 reed Exp $To try to get pkgsrc working on your system, please try the followingas root:# ./bootstrap [ --workdir <workdir> ] [ --prefix <prefix> ] [ --pkgdbdir <pkgdbdir> ] [ --sysconfdir <sysconfdir> ] [ --varbase <varbase> ] [ --ignore-case-check ] [ --ignore-user-check ] [ --preserve-path ] [ --help ]The defaults for the arguments are as follows: --prefix /usr/pkg --pkgdbdir /var/db/pkg --sysconfdir /usr/pkg/etc --varbase /var --workdir workIt is perfectly acceptable to place 'pkgdbdir' under 'prefix'.The working directory will be created if it doesn't exist and has to bewritable by the user executing ./bootstrap.Make sure that you have a working C compiler and make(1) binary inyour path. Please note that on some systems (IRIX and SunOS, for example),the bootstrap script will look into a number of common directories foralternative implementations of some tools. If they are found, thesedirectories will be prepended to the PATH variable, unless the'--preserve-path' flag is given.See http://www.netbsd.org/Documentation/software/packages.html formore information about bootstrapping and using pkgsrc.We'd be very interested in hearing of any successes or failures on"unknown" (to us) systems.