(Disclaimer: I'm a noob. Structure your replies accordingly.)
I installed FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE last fall with the help of this forum. I haven't updated the computer since then, and have basically just ensured that, with my current install, the OS and KDE work and I am able to use Firefox...
Hello, i have a question about FreeBSD updates when using freebsd-update tool when you are running a custom kernel, in the documentation i can read:
When i compile my custom kernel, the GENERIC ends in /boot/kernel.old directory, i could copy to /boot/GENERIC to mantain a copy the first time...
This is my first post. The forum is beautiful.
Which is better? Or is there another better method to update/upgrade?
Is there duplication/overlap in these commands?
freebsd-update fetch && freebsd-update fetch install
freebsd-update fetch && pkg update && pkg upgrade
Let's assume that PkgBase is the way forward.
<https://alpha.pkgbase.live/> and so on.
In addition to the list, there's sometimes discussion of PkgBase in IRC for FreeBSD.
I know that the Raspberry Pi is not a tier 1 system, so I have been struggling with ways to update my kernel without having to do it on the Pi itself, for I fear that would take way too long than I have patience for.
I am about to move on to trying out Crochet, but I would like to...
FreeBSD is my all time favorite Unix(-like) operating system. It is both a means as well as a goal for me at times, meaning that it's both simply a tool to get things done (like writing this article right now) but it's also often a goal in itself; trying to make things...