cvsup current question
William D. Colburn (aka Schlake)
wcolburn at nmt.edu
Tue Aug 31 09:15:55 PDT 2004
The stablest 5 I've found is to use RELENG_5_2 as your release when you
cvsup. The lockd dies in that version, so use a release of just . and
src-sbin instead of src-all if you need lockd support. Also, don't run
samba and quotas or you panic the kernel.
Also, experimentation reveals that questions about 5.2 asked here are
ignored, but if you ask them in the freebsd-stable list then people will
answer you (but also chastise you for not asking them here where they
actually belong). That is how I got all my help at least. :/
On Tue, Aug 31, 2004 at 10:08:03AM -0600, Tom Connolly wrote:
>I just installed FreeBSD 5.2.1 and I'm a little confused about the branches.
>>From my research I have deduced that this is a current branch and that there
>is no stable branch. Is this correct? I would like to CVSup the most
>stable version of 5.2.1 source as well as the ports. I've tried CVSupping
>the ports but none of my packages will build. I've been using the make
>install clean method. Can someone explain to me how exactly to do this?
>Thanks in advance,
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William Colburn, "Sysprog" <wcolburn at nmt.edu>
Computer Center, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
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