Zimmerman, Eric wrote:
>> If you followed those instructions, you used the wrong cvsup tag. Set
>> tag to:
>> *default release=cvs delete tag=RELENG_6_1
>> in your cvsupfile, and rebuild everything again.
> You used my page (mikestammer.com) to upgrade. =)
> Notice the comment in the standard-supfile says:
> # use 'RELENG_6' for STABLE or 'RELENG_6_0' for RELEASE
> As others have mentioned, you would use:
> *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_6_1
> To get FreeBSD 6.1.
> I added a note to make it a little clearer:
> NOTE: Change the cvs tag as appropriate for what you are trying to do!
> IE if you want FreeBSD 6.1 RELEASE, use *default release=cvs
> tag=RELENG_6_1 and so on.
> The good news is the instructions worked =) Sorry for the confusion
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I also used the mentioned directions but changed the tag to RELENG_6_1
before beginning the process. Here are the contents of my standard-supfile:
# cvsup -g -L 2 standard-supfile
*default release=cvs tag=RELENG_6_1
*default delete use-rel-suffix
The process went smoothly, shows my kernel recompiled today, but like
the initial poster, it shows 6.0-RELEASE in the uname -a output:
FreeBSD xtop.xnet.local 6.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE #0: Mon May 15
08:14:54 CDT 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC
I followed the directions to a "t" minus the custom kernel. I just
recompiled the kernel w/o the KERNCONF= parameters. Have I done
something incorrect also? Do some CVS servers by chance not have the
upgraded source? I will try this again in a little while but don't
really want to take the time if my results will be the same in the end.
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