Deli 0.8.x uses pacman for the updates and makepkg (instead of pkgmk) for getting the sources; you find the PKGBUILD files you need therefore in http://www.delilinux.org/ports
In the BSD Unix World a ports system means a directory hierarchy (ususally under
/usr/ports) where you can automatically build your own binary packages from source. The advantage of a ports system is, that the built packages are optimized for your computer. Second advantage is: ports are faster available than binary packages.
To integrate new software in DeLi Linux easier and to put more efficiency in creating the distro, DeLi Linux has adopted the Crux ports system.
cd /usr tar xvzf $DOWNLOADDIR/ports-XXXXXXXX.tar.gz
where XXXXXXXX is the release of the ports tree and $DOWNLOADDIR is the directory where you downloaded the ports tree
If you want to build a package, go the a package directory and build it with
pkgmk - see example below.
usage: ports [options] [collection ...] options: -u, --update update ports -l, --list list available ports -d, --diff list differences between installed packages and availabe ports -v, --version print version and exit -h, --help print help and exit
usage: pkgmk [options] options: -i, --install build and install package -u, --upgrade build and install package (as upgrade) -r, --recursive search for and build packages recursively -d, --download download missing source file(s) -do, --download-only do not build, only download missing source file(s) -utd, --up-to-date do not build, only check if package is up to date -um, --update-md5sum update md5sum -im, --ignore-md5sum build package without checking md5sum -cm, --check-md5sum do not build, only check md5sum -ns, --no-strip do not strip executable binaries or libraries -f, --force build package even if it appears to be up to date -c, --clean remove package and downloaded files -kw, --keep-work keep temporary working directory -cf, --config-file use alternative configuration file -v, --version print version and exit -h, --help print help and exit
cd /usr/ports/xap/iv pkgmk -i