FreeBSD 7.0 on Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac, ran out of space while building
I downloaded the VM of FreeBSD 7.0 here:
and updated the ports tree and then started building Mono and dependencies.
I ran out of space on /usr/ports while building mono-220.127.116.11; that virtual hdd has 2GB. I have ~4GB free on /home. How do I (1) duplicate /usr/ports perfectly (cp -r ?) to /home/usrports, so I can move /usr/ports to /usr/old and then (2) can I just symlink /usr/ports to /home/usrports? Alternately, can I begin a new ports deal in /home/ports? I'd like to not have to start that over since I have downloaded and compiled a number of ports already, so copying would be a better option.
OR ALTERNATELY (MY REAL GOAL): What is the best route to getting FreeBSD 7.0+ (preferably 7.2) running Mono and preferably KDE (since then I can copy paste stuff via the web), on a VM in Parallels?