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- Subject: freebssd-upgrade
- From: railmail at gmail.com (Rail mail)
- Date: Wed Aug 11 12:20:12 2004
according to freebsd-update
one should not compile any part of the system, which if true poses a
problem, since we had to recompile the kernel to get SMP working, 5.1
must have not had that in the generic kernel. I'm not sure, but i
think the stock kernel that goes with the 5.2 has it.
I just used pkg_add -r to get freebsd-update and got v1.4
I was reading that v1.5 handles recompiled parts better. Where should
I be looking for v1.5? I keep finding v1.4
does anyone have any notes on using freebsd-update with a system that
has been compiled locally?
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