> From: Chris Vance [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Darren Pilgrim wrote: > >>From: Sergey Zaharchenko [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > >> > >>On Mon, Jul 19, 2004 at 04:21:09AM -0700, > >> Darren Pilgrim probably wrote: > >> > >>>What do I need to us to accomplish the above? > >> > >>man release. > > > > > > Is there a way to skip the build portions of `make release` > and just create > > the distributions and ISOs with what's already built? > > I typically use: > > setenv CVSROOT foo > time make -DNOPORTS -DNODOC -DMAKE_ISOS release > CHROOTDIR=/usr/release > EXTSRCDIR=/usr/src > & /tmp/release.out > > This presumes you've already done a buildworld in /usr/src; it will also > use that version of the source code, rather than pulling everything down > from the CVS server. Because of the way the release process uses a > chroot environment, it's still going to have to re-build everything. So, > it's quite a time-intensive operation no matter how many shortcuts you take.
I ended up creating FreeSBIE "auto-install" CDs with some scripts to do the disk layout, installworld/kernel and copy over the configuration. It worked very well. I just sat there, jockeyed discs and watched the scroll. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"