Maintaing a seprate build machine for ports
peter.schuller at infidyne.com
Sun May 30 12:31:16 PDT 2004
> I use 'portupgrade -R --package' to make packages out of the ports
> that I want, and that does honor pkgtools.conf. Then I can use
> 'portupgrade -arPP' on my other machines.
Thanks! For some reason --package went under my radar.
> > * I want to perform the builds separately from maintainng the used ports
> > on the machine used for the build.
> What is the distinction between 'perform the builds' and 'used ports'?
By 'used ports' I meant the installed ports/packages on the host that is to
become the build machine, but whose selection of ports might not be the same
as the live machine. If possible I would like to build the ports destined for
the live machine using a completely separate package databased, target
installation directory, etc. But the more I think of it the more I am
convinced that using a chroot/jail is probably the best way to accomplish
/ Peter Schuller, InfiDyne Technologies HB
PGP userID: 0xE9758B7D or 'Peter Schuller <peter.schuller at infidyne.com>'
Key retrieval: Send an E-Mail to getpgpkey at scode.org
E-Mail: peter.schuller at infidyne.com Web: http://www.scode.org
More information about the freebsd-ports