cvsup to 4.8 - kernel doesn't build

Lord Sith lordsith49 at
Thu Jun 5 07:41:35 PDT 2003

Are you using a custom kernel?

I was using a cutom kernel and didn't notice they had made some changes to 
entries in the GENERIC kernel config file. Once I added those diffs into my 
custom kernel config file and deleted the usr directory in /usr/obj/ I 
didn't have the problems complining the kernel.

>From: Scott Kupferschmidt <sk at>
>To: freebsd-questions at
>Subject: cvsup to 4.8 - kernel doesn't build
>Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 00:39:38 -0400 (EDT)
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>I think something changed in the kernel as it is no longer compiling after
>I do a cvsup to 4.8-stable.  It seems it's a common problem looking on
>line 47 of some .c files to include a file that does not exist.  I've
>noticed this so far in the hifn and ubsec modules, trying to include
>opt_hifn.h or opt_ubsec.h and causing the build to fail.
>Can someone else verify this?  The solution I've been doing for now is
>just removing that include line in the code and seems to be building fine
>Scott Kupferschmidt
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