Buildworld ERROR CODE 2
Brian.Duke at Level3.com
Tue Jun 17 01:11:40 PDT 2003
Thanks guys, I'm going to try again. (fortunately this is not a production server)
1 noteable incident. When I tried to install the system the first time I selected Linux Compat.
I just started the install again and when it tries to install the Linux~~.bz the installer
crashes and says it had a build error. I click OK and it finishes the installaion. My mind is a
bit foggy but it seems like that happened the first time too.
So I reinstall select "install everything"
next I load cvsup from the ports.
now I will try and buildworld again.
this time without the -j option.
wish me luck.
>From: Kent Stewart [mailto:kstewart at owt.com]
>Sent: Monday, June 16, 2003 11:16 PM
>To: Duke, Brian; freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>Subject: Re: Buildworld ERROR CODE 2
>This looks like one of those problems they have been dealing with on -current.
>They changed the -std option and I think you need to re-cvsup and start over.
>The old rule on make.conf is that if you add something and it doesn't work.
>Comment it out and start over. I think you have dug a deep hole and fell in.
>I don't have any idea on the solution.
>>From: Joshua Oreman [mailto:oremanj at www.get-linux.org]
>>Sent: Monday, June 16, 2003 10:35 PM
>>To: Duke, Brian
>>Subject: Re: Buildworld ERROR CODE 2
>>> I am in single user mode. Someone please help. I am NOT good enough to troubleshoot this.
>>Try re-running your buildworld without any -j option.
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