Can't boot after make installworld

Garrett Cooper yanefbsd at
Mon Mar 22 15:47:44 UTC 2010

On Mar 22, 2010, at 7:01 AM, jhell <jhell at> wrote:

> On Mon, 22 Mar 2010 07:13, Dan Naumov wrote:
> In Message-Id: <cf9b1ee01003220413t14a75e95pc4acf072f876ac64 at 
> >
>> The ZFS bootloader has been changed in 8-STABLE compared to
>> 8.0-RELEASE. Reinstall your boot blocks.
>> P.S: "LOADER_ZFS_SUPPORT=YES" is also deprecated in 8-STABLE, not to
>> mention that you have it in the wrong place, for 8.0, it goes into
>> make.conf, not src.conf.
> P.S.S: src.conf is the correct place this should be placed but will  
> also work if placed in make.conf.
> As stated in src.conf(5)
> ---
> The src.conf file contains settings that will apply to every build  
> involving the FreeBSD source tree; see build(7).
> The src.conf file uses the standard makefile syntax.  However,  
> src.conf should not specify any dependencies to make(1).  Instead,  
> src.conf is to set make(1) variables that control the aspects of how  
> the system builds.
> ---
> It would be almost to the same effect of doing this at the end of  
> your make.conf except it has already been done for you elsewhere.
> .if ${.CURDIR:M/usr/src*}
> .include "/etc/src.conf"
> .endif

And can be easily tuned via the SRCCONF variable (unless of course  
WITHOUT_SRCCONF is defined...), as this logic is a part of .


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