Kris Kennaway wrote: > > What I've always been wondering since Kris first mentioned this > > technique in the thread's course (building -STABLE in a jail on > > a -RELEASE host or vice versa, IIUC) was the following: There's > > the host's kernel serving a differing world's userland. We all > > know what's the usual answer to "I just updated my kernel and > > now -- insert whatever you please -- stopped working. :) What > > did I miss? Or is it plain luck when things just work and one > > shouldn't ask why they do? :> > > Things which still rely on libkvm don't work in the jail if it's > different than the host version. Under -current there are many more > things which use sysctls to obtain their data from the kernel, so the > problem is getting less severe.
You copy the host versions of these programs in, of course. Why do you think my shell script is 10k instead of 1k? -- Terry To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message