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Do you patch/recompile/rebuild kernel, binaries --- why?What's a conservative approach for critical services ( reasonably critical -- this ain't no bank or hospital ) on BSD boxes?snap checks the `BUILDINFO` file located on the remote mirror, and will warn you if the snapshot is not newer than the currently running version.

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Use a web browser to verify that the shapshot on the site is current. In this particular case, pkg_add crashed when my chosen FTP mirror limited the number of successive connections from my IP address.

We ask that members do not turn threads into a smorgasboard of different topics. @daemonfowl Thanks, I am aware of where to get the firmware - and as of 5.1 it downloads it with no interaction on my part.

This make searching for specific information difficult (since most members use the site's search facility the most...). Could you explain how you are loading the firmware after booting the new ramdisk?

You need to read the FAQ carefully, especially the section abou packages and you should think carefully about these commands you have typed above. But if you happen to know how to load firmware for a wireless nic while booting a new feel free to comment - I am sure inquiring minds would like to know.

SNAP(8) - System Manager's Manual snap - snapshot upgrade tool snap [-Bdehi Ik Knr Rs Su Ux] [-b [device [-c [config_file]] [-D [destination]] [-m [machine]] [-M [mirror]] [-V [version]] snap is a ksh(1) script designed upgrade an Open BSD machine to the latest snapshot available.

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Use a web browser to verify that the shapshot on the site is current. In this particular case, pkg_add crashed when my chosen FTP mirror limited the number of successive connections from my IP address. We ask that members do not turn threads into a smorgasboard of different topics. @daemonfowl Thanks, I am aware of where to get the firmware - and as of 5.1 it downloads it with no interaction on my part.This make searching for specific information difficult (since most members use the site's search facility the most...). Could you explain how you are loading the firmware after booting the new ramdisk?You need to read the FAQ carefully, especially the section abou packages and you should think carefully about these commands you have typed above. But if you happen to know how to load firmware for a wireless nic while booting a new feel free to comment - I am sure inquiring minds would like to know.SNAP(8) - System Manager's Manual snap - snapshot upgrade tool snap [-Bdehi Ik Knr Rs Su Ux] [-b [device]] [-c [config_file]] [-D [destination]] [-m [machine]] [-M [mirror]] [-V [version]] snap is a ksh(1) script designed upgrade an Open BSD machine to the latest snapshot available.

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Use a web browser to verify that the shapshot on the site is current. In this particular case, pkg_add crashed when my chosen FTP mirror limited the number of successive connections from my IP address.

We ask that members do not turn threads into a smorgasboard of different topics. @daemonfowl Thanks, I am aware of where to get the firmware - and as of 5.1 it downloads it with no interaction on my part.

This make searching for specific information difficult (since most members use the site's search facility the most...). Could you explain how you are loading the firmware after booting the new ramdisk?

You need to read the FAQ carefully, especially the section abou packages and you should think carefully about these commands you have typed above. But if you happen to know how to load firmware for a wireless nic while booting a new feel free to comment - I am sure inquiring minds would like to know.

SNAP(8) - System Manager's Manual snap - snapshot upgrade tool snap [-Bdehi Ik Knr Rs Su Ux] [-b [device [-c [config_file]] [-D [destination]] [-m [machine]] [-M [mirror]] [-V [version]] snap is a ksh(1) script designed upgrade an Open BSD machine to the latest snapshot available.

# cd /usr/src/# tar zxvf .../openssh-7.1gz # ftp https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/Open BSD/patches/5.8/common/002_ssh.# signify -Vep /etc/signify/openbsd-58-x 002_ssh.\ -m - | (cd /usr/src && patch -p0) # cd ssh # make obj # make cleandir # make depend # make # make install # cp ssh_config sshd_config /etc/ssh https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/Open BSD/Open SSH/openssh-6.7gz If you are installing Open SSH 6.7 on Open BSD 5.5, you will need the the following patch: https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/Open BSD/Open SSH/openbsd55_6.7.patch.

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Use a web browser to verify that the shapshot on the site is current. In this particular case, pkg_add crashed when my chosen FTP mirror limited the number of successive connections from my IP address. We ask that members do not turn threads into a smorgasboard of different topics. @daemonfowl Thanks, I am aware of where to get the firmware - and as of 5.1 it downloads it with no interaction on my part.This make searching for specific information difficult (since most members use the site's search facility the most...). Could you explain how you are loading the firmware after booting the new ramdisk?You need to read the FAQ carefully, especially the section abou packages and you should think carefully about these commands you have typed above. But if you happen to know how to load firmware for a wireless nic while booting a new feel free to comment - I am sure inquiring minds would like to know.SNAP(8) - System Manager's Manual snap - snapshot upgrade tool snap [-Bdehi Ik Knr Rs Su Ux] [-b [device]] [-c [config_file]] [-D [destination]] [-m [machine]] [-M [mirror]] [-V [version]] snap is a ksh(1) script designed upgrade an Open BSD machine to the latest snapshot available.# cd /usr/src/# tar zxvf .../openssh-7.1gz # ftp https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/Open BSD/patches/5.8/common/002_ssh.# signify -Vep /etc/signify/openbsd-58-x 002_ssh.\ -m - | (cd /usr/src && patch -p0) # cd ssh # make obj # make cleandir # make depend # make # make install # cp ssh_config sshd_config /etc/ssh https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/Open BSD/Open SSH/openssh-6.7gz If you are installing Open SSH 6.7 on Open BSD 5.5, you will need the the following patch: https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/Open BSD/Open SSH/openbsd55_6.7.patch.

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