El d�a Friday, January 20, 2017 a las 09:39:06AM +0100, Andreas Nilsson 

> Good good. I am in no way opposed to the "infrastructure" change of
> separating the targets, sounds like a bit of makefile-fun actually. And
> having tools to create memsticks from ones preferred environment would be
> sweet.
> Maybe someone could add a target in the makefiles for a rescue image, which
> basically would be the complete FreeBSD system one would get after untaring
> base, kernel and src?

One can install a complete system into a target directory:

# mkdir /foo
# make install.... DESTDIR=/foo

and use the scripts in src/release/*/make-memstick.sh
to create an image of the system below /foo

What else do you need?


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