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Owl:cvs [2011/04/24 08:03]
solar moved simonb's added content from the "upgrade" page with no changes
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-===== Upgrade ​via CVS =====+====== How to upgrade an Owl system ​via CVS ======
  
-Warning: ​This information mayand probably will become rapidly out of date.+Warning: ​for most users**this procedure is not recommended**. ​ The one we do recommend is described on the [[upgrade|upgrade]] page.
  
-Become the '​build'​ user:+Warning: retrieving the Owl ''​native''​ tree via CVS (from the anoncvs server) is **less secure** than downloading ''​native.tar.gz''​ and verifying its integrity via ''​Owl.mtree''​ and ''​Owl.mtree.sign''​ files (you do need to verify both the tarball'​s message digest and the ''​Owl.mtree''​ file's signature!) ​ This is because anoncvs itself is a security risk to the Openwall systems infrastructure,​ and hence it runs off a copy of the CVS tree on a machine that is not used for actual Owl development. 
 + 
 +Become the ''build'' user:
   su - build   su - build
  
-Set your CVS environment:​+Setup your CVS environment:​
   export CVS_RSH=ssh CVSROOT=anoncvs@anoncvs.owl.openwall.com:/​cvs   export CVS_RSH=ssh CVSROOT=anoncvs@anoncvs.owl.openwall.com:/​cvs
  
-(You can save that line into ~build/​.profile to save you having to set it manually+You can save that line into ''​~build/​.profile'' ​to save you having to type it manually.  Also, see [[http://​www.openwall.com/​Owl/​DOWNLOAD.shtml|Owl/​doc/​DOWNLOAD]] for alternative ways to access the anoncvs repository, and for how to enable compression.
  
-Download ​the sources from CVS for the first time: +Check out the Owl native ​sources from CVS for the first time (still under the ''​build''​ user and in its home directory)
-  mkdir -p ~build/native ​&& cd native && cvs co -P Owl  +  mkdir native 
-  cd native  +  cd native 
-  cvs co -P Owl  +  cvs co -P Owl
  
-You then need to correctly set up several symlinks ​in the home directory of the build user: +The SSH login password is ''​anoncvs''​. 
-  cd ~build/+ 
 +You then need to correctly set up the Makefile symlink ​in the home directory of the build user: 
 +  cd # back to the home directory
   ln -s native/​Owl/​build/​Makefile Makefile   ln -s native/​Owl/​build/​Makefile Makefile
-  make symlinks 
  
-Finally, ​check out the sources.   +Finally, ​download ​the ''​sources''​ (actuallythird-party tarballs that our ''​native''​ tree includes patches to) by following the procedure described on our [[upgrade|upgrade]] page.
-  mkdir sources +
-  cd source +
-  lftp ftp://​ftp.fr.openwall.com/​pub/​Owl/​current/​sources/​Owl/​packages/​ +
-   +
-Thenfrom within lftp: +
-  mirror ​-e -L .+
  
-This should download ​the sources. ​ Once thats complete, you should be simply able to run a 'make buildworld'​ in the directory to build the new packages. +Once the above is complete, you should be simply able to run a ''make buildworld'' in the directory to build the new packages.
- +
-As of 12/04/11, you will need to upgrade the OpenSSL libraries manually before a full makeworld compilation. ​ This can be achieved by running a primary 'make buildworld',​ and then manually upgrading the libs.  After the build, become root again:+
  
 +If upgrading from a pre-OpenSSL-1.0 version of Owl, you might need to upgrade the OpenSSL libraries manually before a full ''​make buildworld''​ compilation. ​ This can be achieved by running a primary ''​make buildworld'',​ and then manually upgrading the libs.  After the build, become root again:
   ​   ​
   root@dev:/ # rpm -Uvh --replacepkgs --oldpackage --nodeps /​usr/​src/​world/​RPMS/​openssl-*   root@dev:/ # rpm -Uvh --replacepkgs --oldpackage --nodeps /​usr/​src/​world/​RPMS/​openssl-*
   ​   ​
-Several applications which rely on the installed version of OpenSSL will immediately break however. ​ It is imperative that once the above command has been run, that all packages are rebuilt. ​ Again, become the '​build'​ user:+Several applications which rely on the installed version of OpenSSL will immediately break however. ​ It is imperative that once the above command has been run, that all packages are rebuilt. ​ Again, become the ''build'' user:
  
   su - build   su - build
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   make buildworld   make buildworld
  
-Finally, become root again, change to the /​usr/​src/​world directory, and run a 'make installworld'​  +For the ''​installworld''​ step below to upgrade your current system, edit the ''​ROOT=/​owl''​ line in ''​installworld.conf''​ to read ''​ROOT=/''​. 
-  root@dev:/​usr/​src/​world # make instalworld+ 
 +Finally, become root again, change to the /​usr/​src/​world directory, and run a ''make installworld''  
 +  root@dev:/​usr/​src/​world # make installworld
  
 This should leave you with an up to date system. This should leave you with an up to date system.
Owl/cvs.txt · Last modified: 2011/04/24 08:26 by solar
 
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