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Mon Nov 8 10:30:18 PST 2004
--- Matthew Seaman <m.seaman at infracaninophile.co.uk>
> On Mon, Nov 08, 2004 at 06:34:41AM -0800, Your Name
> > Hi, i realize this is really basic, but i dont
> > actually know how cvsup works when youre not
> > it through cvsup.
> > What i mean is, when i want to update things i do
> > /usr/ports && make update" or
> > "cd /usr/src && make update", i dont do cvsup
> > directly.
> > What i assume is my working supfile is
> > /usr/src/supfile-current. i want to change this to
> > RELENG-5 instead of ".",
> > but i should probably change the name. But i cant
> > figure out how to know WHICH supfile is called
> when i
> > just do "cd /usr/src && make update".
> > Also where do i put the "refuse" file, for ports?
> > Thanks! i didnt see this in the HandBook.
> The 'make update' behaviour is controlled by the
> following variable in
> SUP_UPDATE= yes
> SUP= /usr/local/bin/cvsup
> SUPFLAGS= -g -L 2
> SUPHOST= cvsup.uk.freebsd.org
> Of those variables, it's really only the last four
> that you need to
> think about what to set them to -- the others should
> be set to the
> values shown here.
Thats exactly what i meant. Thanks to the other people
who replied, but this is my point-i have cvsup and it
works, i didnt know that it was make.conf that
controlled thing.s Now i can figure out what to
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