UPDATE: ATA mkIII official patches for releng_5
martines at rochester.rr.com
Fri Apr 29 15:25:06 PDT 2005
I ran into a similar error, only when processing if_vlan. Removing /usr/obj
solved my issue.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Noack" <noackjr at alumni.rice.edu>
To: "Damian Gerow" <dgerow at afflictions.org>
Cc: <freebsd-stable at freebsd.org>; "Jose M Rodriguez"
<josemi at freebsd.jazztel.es>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2005 3:18 PM
Subject: Re: UPDATE: ATA mkIII official patches for releng_5
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> On 4/28/2005 1:54 PM, Damian Gerow wrote:
>> Thus spake Jonathan Noack (noackjr at alumni.rice.edu) [28/04/05 14:53]:
>> : Does this error happen all the time or only with ATA mkIII?
>> Only with ATA mkIII. I'm running a system that I rebuilt this morning
>> without issue.
>> : Check /etc/stable-supfile to make sure you're getting RELENG_5_4
>> : (tag=RELENG_5_4 and no date=). Also, do any of the hunks fail when
>> : patching? An easy way to find out is by checking the patch before
>> : applying (this is a good habit anyway):
>> I'm definitely running RELENG_5_4 (I've also tried with RELENG_5), and
>> of the hunks fail:
>> % cd /usr/src
>> % find . -type f -name \*.rej
>> : If they all say succeeded then the patch should apply correctly. If
>> : this doesn't generate any leads, try "make -DALWAYS_CHECK_MAKE
>> : buildworld" before building the kernel. I'm not sure but this could be
>> : an out-of-date make.
>> Not likely if the system I'm running was built this morning. Though I
>> admit, it does /feel/ like a make error.
> Have you ever removed /usr/obj? If not, give it a little "rm -rf
> /usr/obj" action and try again. Otherwise, I'm running low on ideas.
> We may need to bring in a make guru...
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