Well, been meaning to do this for awhile now since I had re-installed PC-BSD awhile ago in the course of an upgrade.

A list of all ports and packages I’ve ‘added’ to the base install (not counting depends).

Note that I installed a bunch of KDE packages on CD#2 since they were not in PBI format,

kdeedu-3.5.7        Collection of entertaining, educational programs for KDE
kdegames-3.5.7 Games for the KDE integrated X11 desktop
kdesdk-3.5.7 KDE Software Development Kit
kdevelop-3.4.1_1 IDE for a wide variety of programming tasks
koffice-1.6.3,2 Office Suite for KDE3

For software I’ve installed since the first boot up,

cscope-15.6         An interactive C program browser
ctags-5.7 A feature-filled tagfile generator for vi and emacs clones
de-kde-i18n-3.5.8 German messages and documentation for KDE3
diablo-jdk- Java Development Kit 1.5.0_07.01
diablo-jre- Java Runtime Environment 1.5.0_07.01
docker-1.5_5 A dockapp with support for GNOME2 and KDE3 tray icons
doom-data-1.0_1 Doom data files (Doom, Doom II, Hexen, Heretic and Strife)
elinks-0.11.2_2 Elinks - links text WWW browser with enhancements
emacs-22.1_1 GNU editing macros
gmake-3.81_2 GNU version of 'make' utility
javavmwrapper-2.3 Wrapper script for various Java Virtual Machines
konversation-1.0.1_1 A user friendly IRC client for KDE
kscope-1.6.0 KDE front-end to Cscope
libdvdcss-1.2.9_2 Portable abstraction library for DVD decryption
libdvdnav-0.1.10_3 The library for the xine-dvdnav plugin
linux-flock- The free web browser that makes it easier to share with you
linux-mplayerplug-in-3.50 Embed MPlayer into browser
linux-realplayer- Linux RealPlayer 10 from RealNetworks
lynx-2.8.7d7 A non-graphical, text-based World-Wide Web client
mg-20050820 A small, fast Emacs-like editor
portaudit-0.5.11 Checks installed ports against a list of security vulnerabi
portupgrade-2.3.1,2 FreeBSD ports/packages administration and management tool s
prboom-2.2.6_2 A multiplayer-capable and modified version of ID's classic
psearch-1.2 An utility for searching the FreeBSD Ports Collection
ruby18-atk- Ruby binding for ATK
ruby18-cairo-1.4.1_1 Ruby binding for Cairo
ruby18-doc-stdlib-0.10.1 Documentation for the Ruby language standard library
ruby18-gdk_pixbuf2- Ruby binding for GdkPixbuf2
ruby18-gems-0.9.2 Package management framework for the Ruby language
ruby18-glib2- Ruby binding for GLib2
ruby18-gtk2- Ruby binding for GTK+2
ruby18-pango- Ruby binding for Pango
ruby18-usersguide-20051121_1 Ruby users guide, in HTML format
rubygem-ini-0.1.1 Ruby INI File Parser and Writer
rubygem-rake-0.7.3 Ruby Make
rubygem-rtags-0.96 A Ruby replacement for ctags
scheme48-1.7 The Scheme Underground's implementation of R5RS
supertux-0.1.3_2 Super Tux is a side-scroller similar to Super Mario Brother
wesnoth-1.2.6 A fantasy turn-based strategy game
windowmaker-0.92.0_3 GNUstep-compliant NeXTstep window manager clone
wmappl-0.6_2 An application launcher dockapp similar to wmbutton
wmbsdbatt-0.1_1 Dockapp for battery & temperature monitoring through ACPI
wmclock- A dockable clock applet for Window Maker
wmdrawer-0.10.5_3 A dockapp which provides a drawer to launch applications
wmicons-1.0_2 Icons mainly for use in Window Maker
wmmatrix-0.2_2 A DockApp that runs a version of the xmatrix screenhack
xgalaga-2.0.34_2 Galaga resurrected on X
xpdf-3.02_3 Display PDF files, and convert them to other formats
zsh-4.3.4_1 The Z shell

This basically amounts to my standard shell (zsh), a few time wasters; xgaliga, supertux, wesnoth, and stuff to play doom.

A couple of useful tools; java runtime and development kit, exuberant ctags, cscope, kscope (just for the heck of it), and gmake because it’s essential to GTK+/QT based projects.

Window Maker and a couple of applets including docker and wmclock (the two I use).

xpdf because I’ve got vim programed to open PDF’s as read only text (using pdftotext)

A few extra editors, (gnu) emacs and mg (micro gnu emacs) just in case => I installed vim from source as I usually do so it’s not listed above hehe. Vim is about all I use regularly.

A couple of libdvd* ports to make use of my laptops DVD-ROM 😉

Web browsers lynx, elinks, and linux-flock, I also have netscape 9 installed manually to the /opt directory within the Linux ABI because it wasn’t in ports.

psearch, portupgrade, and portaudit for managing ports as I’m used to

The linux version of realplayer because although the many codecs I manaually installed for mplayer will play the real media I’ve asked it to, I never had time to twist Mozilla based browsers into using it instead of website foo asking me for a realplayer plugin..

konversation, the worlds greatest IRC client 😉

Various language stuff, mostly scheme48 and various Ruby things including GTK+ bindings. I used to have QTRuby installed manually but lost it during the reinstall/upgrade of PC-BSD. I’d like to experiment with a few C compilers and a few of the GCC based ports later.

I also have the German language files for KDE handy, using a program in another language can some times be a nice ‘crash course’ or pop quiz to ones own studies hehe.