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Old 15th July 2014
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Is it possible to get siteXX.tgz selected by default? As it is right now I have to select siteXX.tgz during installation, but I want it marked for installation by default.
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You can use the installation/upgrade scripts' new autoinstall(8) feature, or you would need to customize the install script.

Autoinstall requires a DHCP server configured with the next-server option to provide the address of a webserver (which may be the same server) to provide the automatic prompt response files.
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You can use the installation/upgrade scripts' new autoinstall(8) feature, or you would need to customize the install script.

Autoinstall requires a DHCP server configured with the next-server option to provide the address of a webserver (which may be the same server) to provide the automatic prompt response files.
Any tips on what I need to change in install.sh or install.sub? I've added this to install.sub:

Code:
for _set in base etc comp man site; do
	[[ $MODE == upgrade && ( $_set == etc || $_set == xetc ) ]] && continue
	THESETS="$THESETS ${_set}${VERSION}.tgz"
	isin $_set site && continue
	DEFAULTSETS="$DEFAULTSETS ${_set}${VERSION}.tgz"
done
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Managed it solve it. It might not be pretty. I added site to the following line in install.sub.

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SANESETS="${SANESETS:-bsd} base${VERSION}.tgz etc${VERSION}.tgz site${VERSION}.tgz"
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I haven't had time to review your edits, but I will state that if you wish to share them with the project, you should get used to sharing your recommended changes in the form of patches -- specifically unified diff(1) output ($ diff -u ...).

In particular, when used with a CVS working directory, they will show the revision number you used as source and will show the context of your change against the underlying source.

For example, here's how I made this proposed patch to a man page that I sent to misc@ two days ago:
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$ cd /usr/src/sbin/nfsd
$ vi nfsd.8
$ cvs diff -u nfsd.8 > /tmp/my.wonderful.patch.I.hope.they.accept
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If the changes that i made are worth adding, then I will commit them, but I have no idea how I add it to the repository
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You and I don't commit. We can't. We can propose, only. Commit status is only available to Project Members (also known as OpenBSD Developers).

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$ cvs diff -u nfsd.8 > /tmp/my.wonderful.patch.I.hope.they.accept
Please please change that to cvs diff -uNp
As an aside, the default install contains a ~/.cvsrc with the proper flags already there, so you can just issue cvs diff and it'll be fine.
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Thanks for the correction! Now it's my turn.

/etc/skel/dot.cvsrc
wasn't added to the tree until March 2013, so accounts created before then won't have a preloaded $HOME/.cvsrc file.

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Thanks for the correction! Now it's my turn.

/etc/skel/dot.cvsrc
wasn't added to the tree until March 2013, so accounts created before then won't have a preloaded $HOME/.cvsrc file.
i.e. no supported version of OpenBSD doesn't have this ;-)

(Yes I know this doesn't account for upgrades, that's why I mentioned the full flags.)
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Yes, and, now that you pointed me to it, repairs have been completed:

$ cp /etc/skel/.cvsrc ~

Thanks again!

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