Subject: Re: a really silly question...
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Kimmo Suominen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/25/2002 05:23:09
I've successfully used
./build.sh -E -u
where -E is probably what you are looking for. The -D switch is
not needed, the install defaults to the "/" directory.
That said, building a release is supposedly safer... :-)
email@example.com (Marshall Rose) writes:
| > On Mon, Dec 23, 2002 at 03:12:29PM -0800, Marshall Rose wrote:
| > > so, obviously
| > >
| > > -D ""
| > >
| > > isn't the magic option. what is?
| > -D /path/to/dest/1.6K -R /path/to/release/1.6K
| > No need for -d with -R.
| thanks, but i want to update the system that i'm running build.sh on. i would
| have thought to use
| -D /
| but the documentation says that the argument to -D shouldn't end with a trailing
| so, what's the magic invocation to ./build.sh to get it to update all of
| userland on the system where build.sh is running???