Thanks. I have just read it. But I thinks cvsup is not exactly what I
was thinking of because it just runs like endless even for a test run on
/usr/bin selection. Actually I dont like to mess around with sources
and just like to use FreeBSD because so far it is the most stable free
system I have experienced. I am gonna keep searching for the solution
of automatically updating security, kernel, ports, packages I installed
on my computer, rather than going over all the trees in ports because it
consumes quite much computing time on my P3 450 128MB system. I think I
will try specifying in crontab which package to grab and pkg_add. I can
do this because I only install 14 extra packages in addition to the
stand 3.4 distribion. Regards, Peter.
> See section 18 of the FreeBSD handbook. Particularly, section 184.108.40.206
> describes the names of CVSup file collections (one of them being
> ports-all) you may grab once you have cvsup running.