Wrong version of sources?
matthew at FreeBSD.org
Sun Sep 2 13:49:08 UTC 2012
On 02/09/2012 14:33, Jamie Paul Griffin wrote:
> To have the 9.1-RC1 source code, use the stable-supfile in
> /usr/share/examples/cvsup/ and build world and kernel using that
> source tree. That will give you a 9.1-RC1 system. So that would be a
> RELENG_9 tag if you look in that stable-supfile. Then, when
> 9.1-RELEASE is officially released, you'd use the standard-supfile
> which uses a RELENG_9_1 tag if you wanted to stay with the -RELEASE
> brach. Or you could just continue to track stable branch and keep the
> RELENG_9 tag.
While this advice was correct for all previous FreeBSD releases,
cvsup(8) support for 9.1-RELEASE is not going to be provided.
See this message from re@:
Ken Smith wrote:
> With both the doc and ports repositories now moved to SVN it has been
> decided to not export the 9.1 release branch activity to CVS. So
> csup/cvsup update mechanisms are not available for updating to 9.1-RC1.
> If you would like to use SVN the branch to use is releng/9.1.
Instead, you will be able to use freebsd-update to track 9.1-RELEASE
(including system sources), or you can use SVN to follow the releng/9.1
You will still be able to use cvsup to track RELENG_9 aka. 9.1-STABLE
Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil.
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