Re: Keeping the system up to date
Date: 23 Oct 2005 20:32:39 GMT
Sam <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've found explanations to keep the "ports" up to date with CVSup, but
> rather nothing in detail for the /usr/src itself (let's say: the base
Exactly the same way as the ports: using cvsup. But instead of portupgrade,
you just build and reinstall the world and the kernel.
> Where is the Holy Grail I'll type in the shell to keep my system as updated
> as possible?
Read chapter 20 in the Handbook:
You probably want to track -STABLE.
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