– – - – $1 will still be available, unless you install it separately with git or by manually adding it as an additional property on your .gitroot folder. (It will be available if you want to download it directly from your system when you build as well.)

If you wish to make use of the “unzipped” version of ZFS, just install it from the file ~/.gitroot . Or simply use the zfs-unzipped package from the package manager

$ zfs-unzipped –no-zsh (the default) /bin/zsh -w $ZFS

(this is the actual version and not something you don’t want to change, just use your preferences)

You can also use some command line utilities to add the following properties to the zfs directory:
zfs-config “ZFS_CONFIG_PATH=”/usr/local/lib” zfs-add –add-system=systems zfs-modefresh “ZFS_MODEL”

So for example, to add something like this just change ZFS_MODEL to zfs-mode . zfs-modefresh might work too on Linux though.

If ifconfig is added it just puts ZFS_MODE in ZFS_CONFIG_PATH.

$ zfs-config –zsh-config