Darryl Hoar wrote:
> Greetings,
> I have just installed 6.3-Release on brand new hardware.
> In the past, I have not done much to a machine after
> initial installation.  What should be done to a machine
> after successful installation of 6.3-release ?  Do I need
> to compile a custom kernel ?  Do I need to apply any
> patches ?
What I do is lay down an /etc/supfile[1] containing what's needed to
bring the system fully up-to-date regarding base and ports. I like to
track the -security branch  (RELENG_6_3) but many just track stable
Run csup -g -L2 /etc/supfile

Thereafter {build|install} {kernel|world} and follow with pkg_add -r
portaudit, portmaster and any other ports I find useful[2].

*default host=cvsup7.FreeBSD.org
# YMMV, try fastest_cvsup port to get a better idea
*default base=/usr
*default prefix=/usr
*default release=cvs delete use-rel-suffix compress
src-all tag=RELENG_6_3
# or RELENG_6 to track 6-STABLE
ports-all tag=.


Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints...
Mark D. Foster, CISSP <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  http://mark.foster.cc/

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