Thanks for the response.
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From: "platanthera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>"
To: To [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Sun, 04 Jul, 2004 13:47 BST
Subject: Re: Updating newly installed FreeBSD-5.2.1
> On Sunday 04 July 2004 14:26, Stacey Roberts wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Forgive the simple question here, please.
> > I've just installed FreeBSD-5.2.1 from BSDMall's CD-Set, and I wanted
> > to do what I'd usually do with a new installation of FreeBSD-4.x,
> > which is to update it to the latest "stable" of that version. Now I
> > know that there is no "Stable" version of 5.x as yet, but I wondered
> > what it is that the supfiles located at /usr/share/examples/cvsup
> > should be for what I want to do.
> > The standard-supfile that is currently on my 5.2.1 install has :
> > *default release=cvs tag=.
> > Isn't that going to get me CURRENT?
> > I had a look for what I would have thought should be branch
> > information for RELENG_5_2_1, but couldn't actually find anything.
> > What should I use?
> just use
> *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_5_2
Cheers for that.., You might have seen my reply to a previous responder who suggested
the same as you. I just had a subsequent question on confirming that I should indeed
be using the "standard-supfile" as I planned. Could I ask you to verify that this
supfile is the one to use (as against stable-supfile, that is) in this case, please?
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