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non port: head/sysutils/firstboot-freebsd-update/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 1

Sun, 20 Oct 2013
[ 22:03 swills ] Original commit   Revision:331066
331066 sysutils/Makefile
331066 sysutils/firstboot-freebsd-update
331066 sysutils/firstboot-freebsd-update/Makefile
331066 sysutils/firstboot-freebsd-update/files
331066 sysutils/firstboot-freebsd-update/files/firstboot_freebsd_update.in
331066 sysutils/firstboot-freebsd-update/pkg-descr
Run 'freebsd-update fetch' when the system first boots; and if updates are
downloaded, install them and request a reboot.

Obviously, this port is not useful after a system is already running; it is
intended to be included as part of the installation or disk image building
process.

PR:		ports/183130
Submitted by:	cperciva@FreeBSD.org

Number of commits found: 1

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