Disk Quota Support for FreeBSD Kernel
Miguel Lopes Santos Ramos
miguel at anjos.strangled.net
Tue Oct 16 15:11:42 PDT 2007
> From: "Chaminda Indrajith" <indrajith at adm.sltidc.lk>
> Warning: Can't find the `6.2-RELEASE-p4' distribution on this FTP
> server. You may need to visit a different server for the release you
> are trying to fetch or go to the Options menu and to set the release
> name to explicitly match what's available on ftp.freebsd.org (or set
> to "any").
> Please help me to install kernel source and rebuild kernel.
I think this would work, edit /usr/share/examples/cvsup/stable-supfile, or
perhaps edit a copy of it in some directory of your own.
Make sure you have edit these lines:
*default release=cvs tag=RELENG_6
changing CHANGE_THIS to cvsup or cvsup4 or something near you, and
tag=RELENG_6 to tag=RELENG_6_2.
Check if you have the command csup installed, if you do, then do:
# csup -L 2 stable-supfile
If you don't, install the port cvsup and do:
# cvsup -g -L 2 stable-supfile
I think this will work. The directory /usr/src must already be created.
This is for installing the sources for the full system...
If you want only the kernel sources manually fetch using FTP the ssys.* files
from the src directory of 6.2-RELEASE. Also fetch the install script, install.sh,
on the same directory. Then run it :-)
Oh... about building... see the handbook, I'm sure to forget some step.
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