Re: Upgrading without building and without freebsd-update

2010-07-01 Thread Anders Andersson
2010/7/1 Christer Solskogen christer.solsko...@gmail.com I've got two FreeBSD machines on two different networks(and two different locations). One of them is as fast machine (i7-920) while the other one is a Intel Atom. How can I build on the fast machine and use those binaries on the slow

Re: Upgrading without building and without freebsd-update

2010-07-01 Thread Glen Barber
Hi, On 7/1/10 6:48 AM, Anders Andersson wrote: 2010/7/1 Christer Solskogenchrister.solsko...@gmail.com I've got two FreeBSD machines on two different networks(and two different locations). One of them is as fast machine (i7-920) while the other one is a Intel Atom. How can I build on the fast

Re: Upgrading without building and without freebsd-update

2010-07-01 Thread Christer Solskogen
On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 1:22 PM, Glen Barber glen.j.bar...@gmail.com wrote: You could use 'make package-recursive', or have a look at ports-mgmt/tinderbox, which does this by default. Or as I do: rsync /usr/ports/packages :) -- chs, ___