On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 11:40 AM, Ultima <ultima1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> If multiple kernels are being installed like this, eg KERNCONF="FOO BAR",
> which of the two would be default during boot? FOO because it came first?
Correct. At least, that's the way it's worked in the past, and something
I've used quite a bit on FreeBSD 7-9. I always have GENERIC and a custom
kernel listed in KERNCONF, with my custom kernel listed first.
KERNCONF="FIREWALL GENERIC" for exmaple. That way, my custom kernel is
installed as /boot/kernel, and GENERIC is installed as
/boot/kernel.GENERIC, which provides me with a fall-back in case I screw
something up with my custom kernel (happens frequently). :)
I used to do it manually using two separate installkernel steps using an
env var to specify the installation directory (/boot/GENERIC) (forget the
name of that var right now), but switched to using the automatic
installation behaviour when it became available. Simplified things a bit.
I haven't compiled a kernel on 10+ yet; hopefully the behaviour hasn't
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