cvs commit: src/release Makefile

John Baldwin jhb at
Thu Mar 9 18:35:43 UTC 2006

On Thursday 09 March 2006 12:11, Sam Leffler wrote:
> sam         2006-03-09 17:11:18 UTC
>   FreeBSD src repository
>   Modified files:
>     release              Makefile 
>   Log:
>   handle KERNELS as before
>   Submitted by:   ru, andrew

Does this actually work though?  I thought if you did

make KERNELS=FOO release

That any KERNELS?= or KERNELS+= lines would be ignored and the
value on the command line would take precedence.  Alternatively,
if you do 'env KERNELS=foo make release' then KERNELS+= would

As a side note, IWBNI sysinstall was updated so that you could set
the desired kernel in a config script btw as we use a custom kernel
at work (using KERNELS= to make release) so that 1) I can turn off
the SMP menu if I know I don't want it (maybe make the menu honor
the interactive setting if it doesn't already?) and 2) I could 
specify our custom kernel as the default one for install less

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