source update, then freebsd-update?
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Sun Oct 4 09:45:53 UTC 2020
On Sun, 4 Oct 2020 11:38:40 +0300, Lena at lena.kiev.ua wrote:
> After i386->amd64 migration of 11.4-RELEASE-p*
> according to https://wiki.freebsd.org/amd64/i386Migration
> which includes buildworld and build of GENERIC kernel,
> can the system be upgraded further to 12.1-RELEASE-p* using freebsd-update?
That should be possible, given the starting point is already
a version supported by freebsd-update (i. e. X.Y-RELEASE-pZ").
You cannot use freebsd-update with a -STABLE or -CURRENT version
of your installation. See "man 8 freebsd-update" especially for
the -r <release> option as well as chapter 23 of The FreeBSD Handbook,
especially section 23.2.3. (Performing Major and Minor Version
While it is usually no big deal to upgrade to a new major version,
many users say that they prefer to install from scratch, using
the latest release of the new major version, then applying the
patches using freebsd-update. Consider this an option. :-)
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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