custom kernel + if_xl + error

L.Edgeworth primereflex at
Sun Sep 4 13:34:44 PDT 2005

--- Kris Kennaway <kris at> wrote:
> Looks like you're running make -j.  Don't do this when you encounter
> errors, because they're probably hidden far back in the output.

actually, it was the -j option causing problems, although making a
GENERIC kernel worked fine?

> Also, when you cause an error when you modify your kernel config, the
> logical thing to do is to back out your change, or carefully read the
> comments in GENERIC and NOTES that will usually tell you why what you
> did was wrong.

Usually I do keep my previous version (--really, I should learn to use
CVS.) alas a slip of a finger :(


> Kris

Yahoo! Messenger - NEW crystal clear PC to PC calling worldwide with voicemail

More information about the freebsd-current mailing list