--- Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 19, 2001 at 01:19:13AM -0800, Herman Tan
> wrote:
> > Greetings everyone:
> > 
> > Will I run into any problems doing a make world
> from a
> > 12/25/1999 version of -CURRENT to the latest
> -current?
> > I noticed on -RELEASE machines when I went from 
> > 3.3-R to 4.1-R, I had problems because the loaded
> > kernel doesn't have the modules and I had to use
> the
> > Generic kernel in 4.1R and reboot the machine. 
> Any
> > suggestions?  Thanks.
> It can probably be done, perhaps with a bit of
> hoop-jumping (see
> /usr/src/UPDATING), but you may find a binary
> upgrade to be easier.
> Kris

Wouldn't there be a problem after the world build
since the currently loaded kernel won't support
certain calls and there would be no way out?  I know a
binary upgrade would work but it would mess up the
/etc directory which I plan to update manually...


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