, however I can see the final stable version was already uploaded to the Free BSD FTP mirrors. Since, I already had Free BSD 10.3 on my system, I tried to upgrade to Free BSD 11.0 from 10.3. If you ever wondered how to upgrade to the latest Free BSD version, read on.
First let’s install pkgng, (should we be calling it simply ‘pkg’?
So here comes pkgng (pkg: (next|new) generation), this is Free BSD’s next generation package manager , it is very nice.
pkg (aka pkgng) 1.0 released is a quick overview of pkgng, how to use it and some of the new features that will be available.
Please rebuild all installed 3rd party software (e.g., programs installed from the ports tree) and then run "/usr/sbin/freebsd-update install" again to finish installing updates. We have successfully upgraded Free BSD 10.3 to 11.0.
Completing this upgrade requires removing old shared object files.
To see which branch you’re running issue the command: uname -a and you should see output something to the equivalent of: 10.1-RELEASE-p9 Free BSD 10.1-RELEASE-p9 #0: Tue Apr 7 UTC 2015 [email protected]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 One of the key differences in moving from Free BSD 9 to Free BSD 10 is the new command and syntax to install and deinstall programs. For example, from your shell of choice doing: , there’s a recommended standard everyone at the Free BSD project seems to agree on.