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Re: Getting Started with cvsup for 3.0
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Getting Started with cvsup for 3.0
- From: Woodchuck <djv_(_at_)_bedford_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 14:26:48 -0500 (EST)
On Fri, 8 Feb 2002, Nick Holland wrote:
> D'oh. My apologies. I mistakenly assumed I knew what you were trying
> to do and what you had done to prepare...
> My assumption was that you were setting up a local cvs repository, and
> were just doing what you did under FreeBSD without bothering to look
> at the OpenBSD docs, and having assumed you spent no time doing
> research before asking (like too many others), I spent no time trying
> to understand what you were doing. 8-(
If I were trying to do the complete CVS thing, I'd probably be barking
mad by now, gnawing the carpets :-)
> Yeah, as Naddy pointed out, what I said was quite wrong...
> Again, my apologies...
None needed! Thanks for the interest in my case.
And thanks to others who have responded. I seem to have a handle
on what the all the answers are. I've even found /var/sup/[stuff],
and I think I understand what it all means.
At any rate, I've just completed a kernel redo and a make world
on "." = -current, and things look like they work.
Anyway, I'm back in the O'BSD fold, used to run it on a couple of
pmaxes until the monitors went south, version 2.something 1 or 2.
Looks like the mips port has been abandoned. (NetB still has it,
a testimony to the longevity of those old vaxstations.)
I think the solution is for be to probably just drop a note
to the cvsup port maintainer with a couple of diffs for the manpage.
Again, thanks to all!
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