poudriere, packages for more fbsd version - was: A lot of pkg problems
guru at unixarea.de
Fri Sep 19 07:50:29 UTC 2014
El día Friday, September 19, 2014 a las 09:20:59AM +0200, Radek Krejča escribió:
> > > >
> > Yes, you can. But your host should more recent o very close to your
> > jail, for example if you do:
> > # poudriere jail -c -j freebsd-head -m svn+http -v head
> > i.e. pulling out 'head' from SVN into the jail, your host will of
> > course
> > be a bit older than the jail, but should be close to 'head'.
> so will I be able to build packages on 9.1 for 10.0?
No. I run into the same problem/question; my host was 10-CURRENT and I
wanted to build packages for 11-CURRENT (i.e. in a 'head' jail and with
ports tree of 'head'); this will not work. You should setup a VM or
a machine with 10.0 as host and run a poudriere jail for 9.1 in it.
Please move the thread to ports@
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