Hi Eric, >Hi, > >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 > >Eric
Your procedure is almost identical to mine but I usually reboot after installing the new kernel, test it and then drop into single user mode to do the rest. The only exception is your step #7, I don't do it and wondering why you have it in there. Maybe I've been doing it wrong all along.... -Yuri
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