Hi Ion,

Tks for your advice.


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> I use 3 cvsup files: one fot the ports, one for the
> docs and one for the
> system (src). This way I can update ports and docs
> more often and be
> sure the system had known-to-be-working sources (I'm
> on -CURRENT).

Noted with tks

> My /etc/ports-supfile is:
> *default host=cvsup3.FreeBSD.org
> *default base=/usr
> *default prefix=/usr
> *default release=cvs tag=.
> *default delete use-rel-suffix
> ports-all

What will be the difference between
*default host=cvsup3.FreeBSD.org
*default host=cvsup10.FreeBSD.org

> (Don't refuse categories in ports, when you'll try
> to `make index` I
> will fail from time to time ).

Could you please explain above in more detail.  Tks

> In the /etc/current-supfile the line ports-all is
> replaced by src-all
> and in /etc/doc-all by doc-all
> If you don't follow -current you will want to change
> the dot from
> "tag=." in your branch.

Noted with thanks

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> > I could not locate
> > /usr/ports/UPDATING 
> > where it is kept???
> Well, in /usr/ports :) It is a new thing so it will
> appear after you
> cvsup. 



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