a few quick kernel upgrading questions.

Josef Karthauser joe at tao.org.uk
Mon Jan 14 15:36:06 GMT 2002

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On Mon, Jan 14, 2002 at 03:00:43PM -0000, William Cooper wrote:
> Hi!@
> One thing I've always had problems with is the kernel, compiling or
> 'installing' a new kernel conf isn=92t any problem so far, but when
> upgrading from 4.3-4.4-stable or whatever, I normally have problems on.
> So far I cvsup, get all my sources, when I get to all the make
> buildworld installblehbleh part I normally run into trouble cause I can
> never remember the correct order.
> My friend said the process was:
> Cd /usr/src
> make buildworld=20
> make installworld=20
> make buildkernel=20
> make installkernel=20
> cp -R /etc /etc.bak
> mergemaster
> reboot done

Yes, this is a good order.


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