Just an addition:
On Fri, 6 Mar 2009 21:54:02 +0100, Erik Trulsson <ertr1...@student.uu.se> wrote:
> No, there is no such information. The version stored in the kernel applies
> to both kernel and userland.
This is correct for the sources which usually are updated both
(running "make update" in /usr/src).
> If you do 'mix-and-match' where different parts of your system come from
> different versions of FreeBSD you will have to keep track of this yourself.
Such differences can occur if you
1st - make update
2nd - build and install world and kernel
3rd - make update again
4th - build and install kernel only
It can as well happen if you "make install" for a certain part of
the OS (from the /usr/src tree) only.
An indication of the current version of any part of the OS or the
kernel can be obtained from the $FreeBSD$ CVS tag on a per-file
basis. But note that these don't refer to a RELEASE or STABLE
>From Magdeburg, Germany
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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