On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 12:50:28PM -0600, Cody Holland wrote:Subscribe to FreeBSD-security-notifications, and you will receive mail> I've been using cvsup to upgrade the ports on my Freebsd box, and it
> works great. My question is how often should you cvsup the src and do a
when a fix is applied. Other than that, it doesn't hurt to run cvsup
over your src tree once a week. There's only need to do a buildworld if
any files are updated. It's a strategy that works well for me, anyway.
YMMV, as they say.
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