Darren Pilgrim <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> There are two sets of commands you can use to build a kernel in FreeBSD:
> "Procedure 1" is the old way: config, make depend, make, make
> install. "Procedure 2" is the make kernel sequence from makeworld.
> Section 9.3 of the Handbook says I should use procedure 1 if I haven't
> updated my source tree.  I can understand then need to use procedure 2
> if I've updated my source tree, but why shouldn't I use it with an
> unmodified tree?

There's no reason you shouldn't.  That section of the handbook
explicitly says that you can use either procedure in that case.

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