problem with new /usr/ports/archivers/rpm checkin
kris at obsecurity.org
Fri Jul 11 15:21:16 PDT 2003
On Fri, Jul 11, 2003 at 03:02:49PM -0700, Aaron Levin wrote:
> i don't want to waste your time further, but i am running a 4.6.2 system
> with linux_base6 and i need to go to the latest linux_base (linux 7). i
> already have this built and tested on a test machine. looking at the
> install, it appears that i can simply tar up my good /usr/compat/linux
> directory from the test machine and replace the existing /usr/compat/linux
> directory on my production machine and everything will to work.
> i have tested doing this on a different machine, but i would like your
> do you suggest i don't do this? all systems are 4.6.2.
It should probably work for this port, or you could just try
installing a linux_base7 package (not every package will work on older
releases because they depend on OS changes).
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