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OS 10.5 - Archive and Install deleted /usr/local


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I recently did an archive and install of 10.5.4 cause i was having some driver problems.

Once the new system was booted-up I noticed that my old apache/mysql was gone. In other words /usr/local was blown away.

What is the best way to revert back to the old 10.5.4?
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