The Porters Handbook listed out of date versions of FreeBSD. Update to match current releases, including a hat-tip to porters running -CURRENT.
While this sed -e 's/93/111/' seems nice, it is really not needed.
People are assumed to be intelligent enough to be able to understand what the command do, and what the small bits mean.
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That is probably the only interesting bit in all these changes. The version passed to -v needs to be head though.
You should probably add to the note that to be able to use the 12-CURRENT jail the host must be running 12-CURRENT.
Sure. While I was looking through the docs, this struck me as old enough to warrant a refresh in order to give the appearance of not being out of date. Stale docs that don't have current version numbers or dates are less trustworthy to newer users.