I know but:

1) I need more room on the hd of my dual boot laptop.
2) I invariably "dump" FBSD slices & partitions after a successful upgrade on 
a separate usb mass storage.
3) from time to time I back up my /home dir on my office lan fileserver (or on 
the same usb hd).

Anyway, I'll give RESCUE a second chance (didn't know it was so important. 
Gonna read the handbook...)


Alle 21:19, lunedì 22 maggio 2006, Kris Kennaway ha scritto:
> On Mon, May 22, 2006 at 03:18:59PM +0100, Vittorio wrote:
> > To update the system in my /etc/make.conf among other building(-world)
> > options I put
> > a:
> >
> > NO_RESCUE= true
> >
> > Which actually is not declared
> > neither in the man page of make.conf nor in the
> > /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf file.
> > Nonetheless it seems to work.
> > Am I right?
> Why do you want to do this?  The rescue tools are sometimes all that
> stands between being able to repair your system and having to
> reinstall it from scratch.
> Kris
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