On Fri, 2004-08-13 at 15:55, Paul Mather wrote:
You should be able to use portupgrade to upgrade your linux_base-6.1_6 to a more recent version. This does assume you have the ports tree installed (and preferably up to date via cvsup) under /usr/ports...
While I have some familiarity with the ports tree, I didn't install it this time because of limited disk space (though I suppose I could do a partial port-tree install). Also, my P150 makes compiles long and painful :) To avoid all that, I'm trying to see if a simple binary pkg_add to Linux-emul 7 would do the trick.
Portupgrade can be made to use packages (see the man page), avoiding the compile problem.
If you don't have portupgrade (sysutils/portupgrade), then you should install it. It's really useful!
What he said.
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