On Thu, Dec 28, 2000 at 01:15:38PM +1000, Sleepless in Brisbane thus spoke:
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> > I'm not sure if this is the correct list or not - apologies if
> > it's wrong.
> > I just updated a machine with cvsup for the first time - and may
> > have done something wrong.
> > When I rebuilt everything and boot a uname gives me 5.0-CURRENT.
> > [I picked the wrong one as I guess I wanted release - but that's
> > not the problem].
> Umm.. that is the problem. There is a lot more hassle normally
> involved in going from a RELEASE kernel to a CURRENT one than
> usually a make world can fix. Do you really want to be doing this
> if you are just after an updated kernel? If not - I suggest going
> back to STABLE.
Well I don't hvae a problem with going to this release. The
machine was originally booted with a 4.1 - the one with the
keyboard problem, and I upgraded it to a 4.2 - but since it was an
upgrade it didn't let me put new sources on.
>From what I read you could complete move up, buy removing
everything, and preforming the bmildworld, buildkernel,
installkernel, and installworld.
This should have removed every trace of any 4. on the system,
should it not.
The machine is to replace this one - whose motherboard is getting
tired and cranky.
It's just that one undefinded symbol and exit. If I KNEW where
that was coming from it might help. So this machine is a 4.0 - the
machine where I posted from was a 4.1 > 4.2 > 5.0
I figured I'd better learn this cvs method - and this seemed like a
Bill Vermillion - bv @ wjv . com
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