3.7 Ports: add links to other wiki pages

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John McQuah 2022-08-12 11:37:28 -04:00
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@ -44,17 +44,18 @@ The %fn%contrib%% collection is a collection which is provided by experienced
port maintainers: some are part of the CRUX development team, while others are
regular users. Its goal is to reduce the number of duplicate ports provided in
the individual collections. If you're a seasoned port maintainer, you might
even want to join the contrib collection.
even want to [[ContribRules|join the contrib team]].
As those ports are not provided officially by the CRUX development team, this
collection is disabled by default.
!!!! The individual collections from CRUX users
Using [[HttpUp]] or git, every user can publish his or her own ports easily; the
only requirement for that is some webspace to upload the ports. Maintaining an
HttpUp repository of ports, which you've tested and gotten successfully running,
is a simple way to contribute back to the CRUX community.
Using [[SettingUpAnHttpupRepo|HttpUp]] or [[SettingUpAGitRepo|git]], every
user can publish his or her own ports easily; the only requirement for that
is some webspace to upload the ports. Maintaining an HttpUp repository of
ports, which you've tested and gotten successfully running, is a simple way
to contribute back to the CRUX community.
!! Using the Ports System
!!! Synchronizing Your Local Ports Structure
@ -221,7 +222,7 @@ $ mv contrib.rsync.inactive contrib.rsync
@]
You will probably also want to let %fn%prt-get%% know about the newly-enabled
'contrib' tree. This can be done by editing fn%/etc/prt-get.conf%% and
'contrib' tree. This can be done by editing %fn%/etc/prt-get.conf%% and
uncommenting the line @@prtdir /usr/ports/contrib@@ (i.e. remove the hashmark in
the beginning of the line). After that, it should look like this: