sebsd kernel compilation
jp at tns.cz
Mon Jun 20 11:09:25 GMT 2005
you were right, it was a problem on my machine.
I had installed FreeBSD 6-CURRENT, and when tampering
with sebsd, something must have gone wrong.
After having installed clean 5.4-R, I successfully
compiled SEBSD and booted it. Many thanks for your
assistance, and sorry again for bothering you.
On Thu, Jun 09, 2005 at 12:52:27AM +0100, Robert Watson wrote:
> Sorry for the delay in responding -- I'm at Apple's WWDC conference this
> week in San Francisco so am somewhat offline (the 802.11 here wasn't
> intended to handle 4000 notebooks). I'm able to build SEBSD locally out
> of cvsup on a 5.x box, o I'm wondering if something is left over from
> previous build attempts that's getting in the way. Could you rm -Rf your
> /usr/obj/(whatever) tree and rety? If there's still a problem, maybe
> cvsup is confused and we should have you re-cvsup the source tree. I know
> there were minor corruption problems on cvsup10 so Gordon had to re-export
> the SEBSD source oto fix them.
> Robert N M Watson
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