I know how to checkout a fresh copy for say, core141, and build it. When a new update comes out (in this case core142), I run into problems: running the build keeps netting me files for core141. I don’t know what I’m doing wrong and it doesn’t help that I’m not a developer.
Here are snippets from a little bash script I wrote to speed up the building steps:
sudo ./make.sh clean echo "Switch git to $release branch" git -C ipfire-2.x branch $release -t origin/$release git -C ipfire-2.x checkout $release pushd ipfire-2.x sudo ./make.sh gettoolchain sudo ./make.sh downloadsrc sudo ./make.sh build
I’ve tried deleting the cache dir to force the download of the sources, but I still get the old sources!
What am I misunderstanding?