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Old 06-21-2002, 03:56 AM   #1
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Which CVS branch is FBSD 4.6-RELEASE in?


Ok, the answer to this is probably in /usr/src/UPGRADE, but for some reason I don't have that file. I just wanted to know what I'd have to put in my supfile to get cvsup to pull the release version of FreeBSD 4.6 rather than the latest stable version (I've just done a binary upgrade to 4.6 and I don't want to have to rebuild all the system utilities etc. again, I just want to upgrade my kernel source in line with them). So what I mean is, what do i put after this =.

*default release=cvs tag=

thanks,
Alex
 
Old 07-01-2002, 02:53 PM   #2
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The tag is RELENG_4_6 for 4.6-RELEASE and RELENG_4 for -STABLE.
 
  


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