Make crashes when installing kernel
snailboy1 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 21 17:17:17 PST 2004
If you're meaning the make in /usr/obj, yes I can
understand that one not working. However, it does not
explain why the one already installed crashes. That is
the old one which came with 5.0-RELEASE.
--- Kris Kennaway <kris at obsecurity.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 21, 2004 at 03:03:37PM -0800, David
> LeCount wrote:
> > I just installed FreeBSD 5.0 from cd on a 486 and
> > trying to update it to 5.3 which is on my better
> > computer. Following the handbook, I used NFS to
> > /usr/src and /usr/obj from the new machine to the
> > one. Then I made buildworld and buildkernel on the
> > machine with no problems. Then I went to
> > mode on the old machine (NFS mounts still valid)
> > tried to make installworld. Make immediately
> > apparently calling a bad system call.
> This is expected. You're supposed to install the
> new kernel before
> you reboot, or the new userland you install (which
> relies on system
> calls in the new kernel) cannot run. This is
> documented in the
> upgrading instructions, so I guess you just
> overlooked it.
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