On Sat, 19 Jan 2008 20:42:57 +0100
"Zbigniew Szalbot" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> Encouraged by an apparent ease of use of FreeBSD update utility to go
> to 6.3 I decided to perform the update on an office machine, too. I
> issued:
> 
> $ sh freebsd-update.sh -f freebsd-update.conf -r 6.3-RELEASE upgrade
> 
> and after some time there came a screen like this:
> 
> Attempting to automatically merge changes in files... done.
> 
> The following file could not be merged automatically:
> /etc/defaults/periodic.conf

Anything in /etc/defaults/ should not have been edited, so just accept
the new version. If you *have* edited it, you'll have to handle this
manually, and put you changes in the right place.


> # $FreeBSD: src/etc/defaults/periodic.conf,v 1.33.2.3.2.1 2007/12/06
> 08:11:19 jhb Exp $
> >>>>>>> 6.3-RELEASE
> 
> Now, I can't be 100% certain but I think I have never touched
> periodic.conf and not really sure how to progress on from here.

This is also in /etc/defaults/, it's not the normal periodic.conf, so
see above.

> Another example is rc.conf which of course I edited in the past adding
> various services as needed.
> 
> <<<<<<< current version
> =======
> #background_dhclient_fxp0="YES" # Start dhcp client on fxp0 in the
> background. synchronous_dhclient="YES"      # Start dhclient directly
> on configured # interfaces during startup.
> >>>>>>> 6.3-RELEASE

If we are talking about /etc/rc.conf (rather
than /etc/defaults/rc.conf) then keep the old version as this file is
empty by default.


> Then it asked about sendmail files which I have never ever touched (I
> do not use sendmail). Some others are not sendmail-related but I have
> not touched them either.

Accept the new versions.

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