> Most of the time, you only need to see the last 4 or 5. I > think that I > only look at one of my builds to see the "chmod 444 freebsd.cf" and > fire up the next script.
OK, I understand. I think I will go ahead and change tail to tail -n 50. That should provide plenty of feedback, eh? > > BTW, If you add both of your kernels to /etc/make.conf, you > would only > need one buildkernel. The first one is the one that is installed. I > have it commented now but I used to use > > #KERNCONF=RUBY GENERIC > > to build both and install just RUBY. I got so that I liked the logs I thought it would be a good idea to install both GENERIC and CUSTOM kernels, so that I could boot to GENERIC if necessary. So, if I add KERNCONF=GENERIC CUSTOM to make.conf, then the generic kernel is installed as /boot/kernel, and I can cp /boot/kernel /boot/kernel.GENERIC. Then I can do installkernel KERNCONF=CUSTOM, and that will install the custom kernel as /boot/kernel, and that will be the default to boot...? _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"