installworld and sources
mateffy at enternet.hu
Sun Jun 6 11:04:58 UTC 2010
It's good practice to keep /usr/src (your source) intact and the same
version as your world&kernel is and vica versa.
For the particular installworld step AFAIK /usr/obj is used, where the
system has the compiled world made in the build process.
however you should always read the actual UPDATING file if something changes
On 6 June 2010 12:55, Fbsd1 <fbsd1 at a1poweruser.com> wrote:
> Compiling a new kernel from source requires /usr/src to be populated, I
> understand that.
> The buildworld process for sure needs /usr/src. My question is , is
> /usr/src also used in the installworld process?
> Now I have never had to do this type of system RELEASE upgrade before, so I
> just don't know.
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