OpenBSD recommends two methods as follows to install sets after the initial install:
Method # 1: Upgrade
- Reboot your OpenBSD.
- Inset your install media / CD-ROM (you can also boot using PXE network boot option)
- Choose Upgrade rather than Install.
- When you get to the lists of file sets to install, choose the sets you neglected to install first time around, select your source, and let it install them for you.
Method # 2: Use tar command
Use wget or ftp client to download a file set called comp52.tgz:
$ cd /tmp
$ wget http://mirror.switch.ch/ftp/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/i386/comp52.tgz
Type the following tar command:
# cd /
# tar xzvphf /tmp/comp52.tgz
./usr/lib/libasn1.a ./usr/lib/libasn1_p.a ./usr/lib/libasn1_pic.a ./usr/lib/libc.a .... ... ...
The comp52.tgz file set is simply compressed tar file, and you can expand them manually from the root of the filesystem using the tar command. Do NOT forget the 'p' option in the above command in order to restore the file permissions properly.
- OpenBSD documentation.
- man pages - tar, wget, and ftp
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