Steve Bertrand wrote:
I have a couple of systems that run from USB thumb sticks. These
machines run 6.2.
I'd like to do a typical source upgrade to 7.0 on a test machine.
To do this, I plug the USB disk into a 'host' machine, and to save space
on the thumb drive, I csup the sources to the standard locations on the
My thumb drive 'OS' slice is mounted as /var/removable-os on the host
What I am unclear about is how I go about telling buildworld etc on the
host machine. that I want to install the updates to the
/var/removable-os location, instead of the default '/'.
I know how to do this with sysinstall, but I'm not sure if I need to put
an entry into /etc/make.conf, or use a command-line switch to get my
Can someone please help clarify how I go about this?
Use DESTDIR for installkernel and installworld. This is documented in the
build(7) manual page.
Use the -D parameter for mergemaster.
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