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First of all, congratulations on your show, I've been enjoying it since the first episode. It helps me keep up with so many BSD related things I would otherwise be missing. Keep up the great work. I've always (since the days of 386BSD, Minix, etc) enjoyed building my system from source. Recently (on your recomendation) I got a Digital Ocean droplet where I use freebsd-update(8) and pkg(8) to keep things up-to-date. It occurs to me that I'd love to convert some of my slower systems (single core Atom, RaspberryPi, etc) to these mechanisms as building from source takes in excess of 24 hours. Is there a way of "side-grading" a system running STABLE to RELEASE? For example going from "FreeBSD 11.2-STABLE #0 r338831" to "FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p3 #0"? Thanks!