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Fri Apr 4 14:43:07 UTC 2014
Le Fri, 04 Apr 2014 16:43:51 +0400,
Boris Samorodov <bsam at passap.ru> a écrit :
> > I'm experimenting with poudriere for the first time, so that I can
> > avoid building updates on my laptop and build them on my server
> > instead.
> > So I've installed poudriere and set up a jail:
> > # poudriere jail -l
> > JAILNAME VERSION ARCH METHOD
> > laptop 9.2-RELEASE i386 ftp
> Great. So you have a jail with FreeBSD version 9.2-RELEASE.
> > Now I want to update it:
> Do you really want to update the jail? I.e. to change a version
> if FreeBSD in the jail? The jail has version 9.0-RELEASE and
> imo can not be upgraded. If you need to update to the latest
> STABLE vesion you should use "-v stable/9" option while creating
> a jail.
You can update to a new version with poudriere jail -t version (and I
think we can change the method too I don't remember)
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