poudriere: setting up jail failes
guru at unixarea.de
Fri Aug 8 19:42:44 UTC 2014
El día Friday, August 08, 2014 a las 02:24:18PM -0500, Bryan Drewery escribió:
> The use of -v head from a 10.0 system is the issue. Once you start a
> build poudriere yells loudly that it is not supported. Major release
> jumps are not supported. You can usually get away with a head host using
> a head jail that is a few weeks newer as long as KBI does not change.
OK, thanks. I will update the host to head and try again.
Btw: I did not saw any loud yells of poudriere. Maybe, because I went away from
the desk when poudriere was doing the SVN checkout and when I came back
it was already nicely compiling. Maybe it should ask a question like:
Do your really want that new jail on your old system? And wait for the
Thanks for your time.
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