On 24 Aug, 2004, at 16:07, stheg olloydson wrote:
it was said:
Ok, just to be certain about this.
I have 4.8 installed and am about to do a cvsup
here is my stable-supfile
*default host=cvsup1.us.freebsd.org *default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 *default delete use-rel-suffix
And I put my refuse file in /usr/local/etc/cvsup/sup/
Am I ready to roll?
If you mean are you ready to update your base system to 4-STABLE, then yes, you're ready to roll. If you mean are you ready to update your entire system to the latest production release, then, no, you're not ready to roll. What are you trying to accomplish?
Right, just to 4-STABLE for now. After this I want to then try to upgrade to 5.x. Let's see how this goes first.
BTW! After updating to 4-STABLE do I then perform all the following steps?
Go to /usr/src enter the command: make buildworld KERNCONF=yourkernelname then: make kernel reboot go to /usr/src and type: make installworld
And what is a good kernel name? Maybe in this case, kernel.STABLE ?
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