As title, I switched source code to RELEASE-13.2 as follows and got buildworld failed about kbdcontrol, please refer build log
git checkout releng/13.2
I tried to code search, google and relation result is follows for build control @ /etc/src.conf
It added in...
I'm on main branch of /src tree.
git clone -o freebsd https://git.FreeBSD.org/src.git /usr/src
Can I simply checkout to releng/13.0 by issuing following command:
git checkout releng/13.0
and then pull/update releng/13.0?
git pull --ff-only
Question 1. Is that all, or there're some missing...
In the past, I could choose to extract the base source code in the /usr/src during the installation, or download it afterward and extract it after installation.
In case of RELEASE, it was possible to update the /usr/src with freebsd-update, i.e. without using subversion.
I was attempting to install the latest FreeBSD display driver from nvidia's website, when I received an error from within FreeBSD's source directory:
/usr/src/sys/stddef.h:36:10: fatal error: 'machine/_type.h' file not found
I used the...
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I don't know if I should add the src component to my jails.
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Then I ran freebsd-update again...