joe at netmusician.org
Tue Feb 20 16:01:34 UTC 2007
I just discovered freebsd-update, and one thing I'm not sure of based
on both the freebsd-update website and manpage is whether specifying
a branch is necessary after I've recompiled world in the past if no
kerberos/crypt related options are present in make.conf overriding
the defaults? Is the specification of the branch only necessary if
you want to abide by your make.conf overrides, and if you have none,
the branch argument is optional?
On Jan 21, 2007, at 6:54 PM, Colin Percival wrote:
> eoghan wrote:
>> I am trying to run the freebsd-update, so as root I do:
>> /usr/local/sbin/freebsd-update fetch
>> And I get:
>> Fetching public key...
>> fetch: http://update.daemonology.net/amd64/6.1/pub.key: Not Found
> Updates aren't being built for amd64 for the version of FreeBSD Update
> in the ports tree. If you upgrade to FreeBSD 6.2, you can use the
> version of FreeBSD Update which it contains (for which amd64 updates
> are being built).
> Colin Percival
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