On Friday 25 August 2006 08:46, Vlad GURDIGA wrote:
> After I do a:
> bsd# cvsup ports-supfile
> I do a
> bsd# pkg_version -vol \<
> to see if any of my installed ports have newer versions. After I do a:
> bsd# cvsup stable-supfile
> is there any way to see the same information for the operating system on a
> i386 FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE, smp custom kernel?
Mostly indirectly. The stable mailing list I guess might be of interest.
/usr/src/UPDATING has info you should check after (or before using
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/) a source sync.
All the commits to the source/doc/www/ports trees are sent to these lists.
You can subscribe to these and see every file change(if that info is impor-
tant to you)
cvs-all CVS commit messages for the entire tree
cvs-doc CVS commit messages for the doc and www trees
cvs-ports CVS commit messages for the ports tree
cvs-projects CVS commit messages for the projects tree
cvs-src CVS commit messages for the src tree
What do you want to know about? Stability fixes? Security fixes?
The project's homepage has "SECURITY ADVISORIES" and "ERRATA NOTICES"
you should check every now and then...
Cause since 6-STABLE is a branch, will get every other day a fix or two, which
in most cases will make minimal difference to the user's eye.
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