Diff for /wikisrc/guide/updating.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.3

version 1.1, 2013/03/01 11:47:21 version 1.3, 2013/03/05 23:12:41
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 like, and proceeds to describe some of automation tools that simplify the  like, and proceeds to describe some of automation tools that simplify the
 process.  process.
   
 ### Note  **Note**: Please remember to check
   
 *Please remember to check  
 [src/UPDATING](http://cvsweb.NetBSD.org/bsdweb.cgi/src/UPDATING) for the latest  [src/UPDATING](http://cvsweb.NetBSD.org/bsdweb.cgi/src/UPDATING) for the latest
 changes and special instructions that may be involved in upgrading the system.*  changes and special instructions that may be involved in upgrading the system.*
   
Line 115  Optionally reboot to ensure all running  Line 113  Optionally reboot to ensure all running 
   
         #  /usr/sbin/etcupdate -s /usr/src          #  /usr/sbin/etcupdate -s /usr/src
   
 ### Note  **Note**: In the procedure above, the `-u` option indicates an update process,
   and that a `make clean` operation should not be run before starting the build.
 In the procedure above, the `-u` option indicates an update process, and that a  This is useful when doing an update from a previous build and/or a fresh build.
 `make clean` operation should not be run before starting the build. This is  The `-U` option allows the entire build by a non-root user followed with an
 useful when doing an update from a previous build and/or a fresh build. The  install by root.
 `-U` option allows the entire build by a non-root user followed with an install  
 by root.  
   
 ## Using sysinst  ## Using sysinst
   
Line 217  to do the following as root: Line 213  to do the following as root:
 After this, the default configuration file of sysbuild will let you place the  After this, the default configuration file of sysbuild will let you place the
 files in these locations and let you do unprivileged builds.  files in these locations and let you do unprivileged builds.
   
 *Note*: If you have an an encrypted home partition, or another "special"  **Note**: If you have an an encrypted home partition, or another "special"
 filesystem you store your sources on, you should backup them! In case of a  filesystem you store your sources on, you should backup them somehwere you can
 failed build you might want to have access to them.  easily access them! In case of a failed build you might want to rebuild without
   being able to access an encrypted partition.
   
 ### Tweak: Setting up nightly builds  ### Tweak: Setting up nightly builds
   
Line 270  update the configuration and startup fil Line 267  update the configuration and startup fil
   
     # etcupdate -s /some/where/etc.tgz      # etcupdate -s /some/where/etc.tgz
   
 ### Using `etcmanage` instead of `etcupdate`  ### Using etcmanage instead of etcupdate
   
 The `etcmanage` perl script (available from  The `etcmanage` perl script (available from
 [pkgsrc/sysutils/etcmanage](http://pkgsrc.se/sysutils/etcmanage) or as binary  [pkgsrc/sysutils/etcmanage](http://pkgsrc.se/sysutils/etcmanage) or as binary

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