Bsd updating source
When administering Free BSD servers, it is important to understand the basic maintenance procedures that will help you keep your systems in good shape.In this guide, we will be covering the basic processes needed to keep your server up-to-date and functioning properly.If you need help getting started with Free BSD, follow our guide here.One important thing to realize when working with Free BSD is that the base operating system is built and managed separate from the other software on the system.Once installed you can then update the Free BSD source tree using this command, this will update the source tree to Free BSD 9-STABLE, the same as the RELENG_9 tag used in csup.To find paths to other repositories you can checkout see the Free BSD viewvc pages, here
If you need to find out the revision of the source you currently have you can use this command, (there are other ways to get the revision number also). Working Copy Root Path: /usr/src URL: svn://svn.freebsd.org/base/stable/9 Repository Root: svn://svn.freebsd.org/base Repository UUID: ccf9f872-aa2e-dd11-9fc8-001c23d0bc1f Revision: 228954 Node Kind: directory Schedule: normal Last Changed Author: cperciva Last Changed Rev: 228843 Last Changed Date: 2011-12-23 0000 (Fri, ) For details on how the build the source and install the new userland and kernel, see this previous post starting with the mergemaster command.
You can do this by typing: Next, go into the Digital Ocean control panel for your Droplet and click on the “Console Access” button to get to the web console.
Press “Enter” when the boot finishes to get a rescue shell session.
If there are updates, you will see a list of software impacted by the update.
You can scroll through with the down arrow or page through with the space bar.