Matt Wallis <mattw%madmonks.org@localhost> writes: > I wonder if I can get it to upgrade itself :-p pkgin work on NetBSD > 4.0? :-) Probably not, but the normal appraoch is to update the base system (kernel/user) and then updated packages, so you can do a manual pkg_add -u of pkgin and anything it depends on, and then do pkgin. Be careful about possible changes in bootblocks. I do not know if the 4 boot blocks will boot a 9 kernel. Definitely you want to boot a more modern kernel before installing its corresponding userland. If you have the ability to netboot a 9 system over NFS, that will help you get out of any trouble you end up in.
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