Re: FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-11:05.unix



Another question. Suppose one has built a custom kernel (as I always do). Does FreeBSD-update update the kernel sources such that I can do a simple "make buildkernel installkernel"? Or do I also have to csup my kernel sources to some specific tag and rebuild? If so, how do I know which tag?

--Brett Glass

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