culverk at sweetdreamsracing.biz
Wed Aug 4 07:30:16 PDT 2004
Quoting Scott Long <scottl at freebsd.org>:
> Steve O'Hara-Smith wrote:
>> On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 01:43:54 -0600 (MDT)
>> Scott Long <scottl at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>>> | Source upgrade | Not done | David Schultz | problematic. The |
>>> | incompatibility | | | 5.3 world sources |
>>> | | | | must be buildable |
>>> | | | | and installable |
>>> | | | | from a 5.2.1 |
>>> | | | | system. |
>> Should they not also be buildable and installable from a 4.10 or
>> 4.11 system
>> in order to preserve the -stable upgrade route ?
> This would be good, yes, but there are so many other gotchas with that
> upgrade path that I don't consider it a show-stopper for it not to work.
> Once the 5.2 -> 5.3 path is fixed, then we can focus on 4.x -> 5.3 path.
Just to let people know, I recently installed from 5.2.1, then updated to
-CURRENT via source without a single problem. So what's not working here?
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