You could look into nfs exporting /usr/src to all of your machines. along with /usr/obj, you could also cut down to only having to build once.


Brian H wrote: > The reason I don't want to do that is because I have several machines to > do the update on and I don't want to do the download for each machine. >
On Friday 23 January 2004 03:21 pm, Brian H wrote:


Problem: I do not have a fast internet connection at home and I want to upgrade my freebsd from release to stable. For the ports tree I download the file from a fast connection.

Is there something similar that I can download for the /usr/src tree?



CVSuping the source won't take too long. Even on dialup. Setup your source sup
for late at night if you can.

I'm willing to bet that doing a make world will take longer then your CVSup of

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