Geert Hendrickx <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> You can better sync your source with cvsup rather then using the sources
>> which are being installed by the CD. Like that you'll always have the most
>> recent version of your FreeBSD installation.
> How do I do this?
I put some stuff in /etc/make.conf. Then I execute the following
command to fetch the most recent sources from the server:
Then, follow the process outlined in /usr/src/UPDATING to rebuild the
system. I do:
make buildworld buildkernel installkernel
You may have to adjust this sequence of commands depending on your
config and on what /usr/src/UPDATING says.
Please do read the chapter "Staying current with ..."; it explains
this better than I can. I only included the above to show that it
doesn't take many commands.
Here are the lines I put in /etc/make.conf. Please adjust!
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