Subject: Re: snapshots of current and what ports do you need?
To: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Zafer Aydogan <email@example.com>
Date: 04/20/2005 11:43:04
Jeremy C. Reed schrieb:
> I had noticed a while ago that no recent snapshots of current were
> So I started building some snaphots of current using hardware donated by
> Offmyserver.com. They are available at
> which also includes build and cvs update logs.
> What ports do you need?
> I may build a couple different ports each day and probably delete
> files over a week old.
> I wrote a simple shell script to cvs update and build for me (using
> build.sh of course). Do we already have a script for doing NetBSD-daily
> type builds? Or does anyone have a simple script to share?
This is what I do for my daily current:
rm -rf /usr/obj /usr/tools /usr/destdir
cd /usr/src && ./build.sh -U -O /usr/obj -D /usr/destdir -T /usr/tools
./build.sh -U -x -O /usr/obj -D /usr/destdir -T /usr/tools release && cd
j && mkisofs -v -b i386/installation/floppy/boot-big.fs -c boot.catalog
-r -J -
V NetBSD -o /home/zafer/htdocs/netbsd/iso/NetBSD-install.iso releasedir/
This a small shell script called buildrelease.sh which is invoked by
cron every day. It also builds a daily current iso image.