cvsupdate and make totally hoses the system
David.Bear at asu.edu
Fri Jul 2 16:38:13 PDT 2004
yes.. this explains it. I need to be more carefull with my reading.
On Fri, Jul 02, 2004 at 04:14:25PM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 02, 2004 at 03:28:29PM -0700, David Bear wrote:
> > I've done this twice now.. I install a clean 4.10-Release from ftp.
> > I install cvsupdate without gui. I create my cvsupdate file in etc
> > and run cvsupdate.
> > then per instructions from the website
> > # make buildworld
> > # make buildkernel
> > # make installkernel
> > # reboot
> > You should boot in single user mode (using boot -s from loader prompt
> > for example). Then run:
> > # mergemaster -p
> > # make installworld
> > ======
> > I cvsup to releng_4_10.
> > the first hiccup comes with mergemaster as there are new accounts
> > created for pf. thats fine. I just merge the new accounts.
> You're actually trying to update your system to 5.2-CURRENT. This is
> because you're using the wrong cvsupfile:
> > *default tag=RELENG_4_10
> > *default tag=.
> > ports-all tag=.
> > src-all tag=.
> ^^^^^ You've overridden the RELENG_4_10 tag and specified
> that you want the top of the source tree, i.e. -CURRENT.
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