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Re: Tracking -current + modules
On 5/17/09, Stathis Kamperis <ekamperi%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> Greetings all.
> Could anyone please provide a working command set to update a netbsd
> 5.0 system to -current ?
> I have always been following these directions:
> but they don't seem to apply any more. Booting into -current kernel
> gives error regarding missing filesystem. I guess this is due to fs
> related modules not being where they should be.
> So, my main concern is how to build and install the modules. I saw
> some recent threads regarding this topic
> (eg, integration with build.sh), but I could settle with "manual"
> commands as well.
> Sorry if this is a too frequently recurring issue.
Just go ahead and build.sh distribution and build.sh kernel=GENERIC
from current and you should get the more recent /boot and /stand that
you need. I think a build.sh install=/ installs /stand for you, but I
think you might have to manually use installboot to get /boot
upgraded. I believe this has always been the case but there was
rarely a compelling reason to upgrade /boot. :)
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