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Old 07-20-2014, 10:33 AM   #1
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Smile make needs a new config...


How do I "force" the make to prompt a new config? I try to compile the NVidia driver, the first time, I had a setup panel, and left it as it was, with the Linux compat checked. Silly, since I dont need that. now the make freezes (fails) because some stuff is missing needed to ensure Linux compatibility. How do I get the make to show me those setting again?
I did remove the "work" folder already, did not help...
(leaning BSD...)
(I was so lazy, sorry )

cd /usr/ports/da/folder
make clean
make rmconfig
make install clean
And yes, Google was my friend, first page I looked at...

Edit - felt I needed to post the solution here...I fifure other newcommers will/can face the same question

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