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Date:      Fri, 06 Jun 1997 23:36:59 -0700
From:      Andrew Zimmerman <redzim@doitnow.com>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   2.2.1 to 2.2.2 upgrade
Message-ID:  <3399018B.41C67EA6@doitnow.com>

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Question:

I was running FreeBSD release 2.2.1, and to upgrade to 2.2.2 I did the
following:

1) installed CVSup (statically linked version 15.0)

2) ran CVSup with the following supfile:

*default tag=RELENG_2_2_2_RELEASE
*default host=cvsup.FreeBSD.org
*default prefix=/usr
*default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup
*default release=cvs delete use-rel-suffix compress
src-all
cvs-crypto

which downloaded all the new source files into /usr/src.

3) ran "make world" from /usr/src

4) after "make world" completed successfully (4 hrs), I recompiled my
kernel (just for kicks; I didn't change any kernel options)

5) rebooted the box.

Now I read the 2.2.2 release notes, and it says /etc/sysconfig was
replaced by /etc/rc.conf, but I still have an /etc/sysconfig and no
/etc/rc.conf.  Also, I don't seem to have the new lchown() command.  Am
I really upgraded to 2.2.2?  when I boot, it does say that it's running
2.2.2, but I wonder if it really is fully installed.

Finally,  do I have to do this entire 5 hr process every time I want to
upgrade to a new release of FreeBSD??

all help appreciated.

Andrew Zimmerman
redzim@doitnow.com



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