syleishere at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 1 11:15:23 PDT 2007
Yep, I commented out that as well in make.conf and machine boots just fine after taking out my
CFLAGS and CPUTYPE lines. I had -funroll-loops in there as well.
> Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 15:35:50 +0300> From: pluknet at gmail.com> To: jhb at freebsd.org> Subject: Re: kernel panic> CC: freebsd-current at freebsd.org; syleishere at hotmail.com> > On 25/10/2007, John Baldwin <jhb at freebsd.org> wrote:> > On Thursday 25 October 2007 01:10:33 pm syle ishere wrote:> > >> > > I tried testing this. Added> > > LOADER_FIREWIRE_SUPPORT=yes in /etc/make.conf> > > (cd /sys/boot/i386 && make clean && make && make install)shutdown -r now> > > All was great it the loader worked!> > >> > > To test this wasn't my imagination:> > > I took that line out of make.conf> > > (cd /sys/boot/i386 && make clean && make && make install)shutdown -r now> > >> > > And got same problem system not booting.> > >> > > Good catch pluknet, hopefully we can get this code compiled into the loader> > as a mandatory fix> > > for now.> >> > That seems odd. I would make sure you really have a clean build, and I would> > build from /sys/boot, not /sys/boot/i386.> >> > --> > John Baldwin> >> > Yes. I've just checked that loader brokeness is influenced by> -funroll-loops in make.conf> > wbr,> pluknet
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