Bsd update and kernel source updating

You need to have downloaded the Free BSD port-tree first (automatically done if you've already generated one BSDRP image).If you've installed BSDRP on /usr/local/BSDRP, here is an example for displaying the run-deps: [email protected]:/usr/local/BSDRP # ./-p WEBSRV BSD Router Project image build script Will generate an WEBSRV image with theses values: - Target architecture: amd64 - Console : -vga - Source Updating/installing: NO - Build the full world (take about 1 hour): YES - FAST mode (skip compression and checksumming): NO - TMPFS: NO - Debug image type: NO Copying amd64 Kernel configuration file Launching Nano BSD build process...Since we are upgrading an essentially dormant system (the BE hasn’t been activated and rebooted into yet) we don’t need to do the in-between reboots.Here’s my process: Now you can keep the previous BE around until you’re happy everything is working and then destroy it. # Nano BSD image WEBSRV build starting ## Clean and create object directory (/usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64) ## Construct build (/usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/build) ## run buildworld ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ ## build kernel (amd64) ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ ## Clean and create world directory (/usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_.w) ## Construct install (/usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/install) ## installworld ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ ## install /etc ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ ## configure nanobsd /etc ## install kernel (amd64) ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ ## run customize scripts ## customize "add_port_devel_libevent2" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_add_port_devel_libevent2 ## customize "add_port_www_mohawk" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_add_port_www_mohawk ## customize "cleanup_ports" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_cleanup_ports ## customize "shrink_md_fbsize" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_shrink_md_fbsize ## customize "cust_install_files" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_cust_install_files ## customize "bsdrp_custom" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_bsdrp_custom ## customize "cust_allow_ssh_root" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_cust_allow_ssh_root ## customize "bsdrp_console_vga" ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_bsdrp_console_vga ## configure nanobsd setup ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ ## run late customize scripts ## build diskimage ### log: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/_ # Nano BSD image WEBSRV completed unmounting /usr/local/BSDRP/WEBSRV/kernels /usr/local/BSDRP/WEBSRV/Files Nano BSD build seems finish successfully. /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/WEBSRV-1-upgrade-amd64(1/1) 100 % 26.2 Mi B / 101.9 Mi B = 0.257 3.0 Mi B/s Generating checksum for WEBSRV upgrade image...WEBSRV upgrade image file here: /usr/obj/WEBSRV.amd64/WEBSRV-1-upgrade-amd64xz Compressing WEBSRV full image...Here is a little example (minimum modification) for building a new project based on BSDRP, but for a web server appliance: This project will be a child project of BSDRP.

The first step is to list all run-deps of this port.If you are on a Windows machine and use Chocolatey for package management, you can install Hugo with the following one-liner: external dependency for source code highlighting (Pygments).If you want to have source code highlighting using the highlight shortcode, you need to install the Python-based Pygments program.The procedure is outlined on the Pygments homepage.Now that you’ve installed Hugo, read the Quick Start guide and explore the rest of the documentation.

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