Haven't been able to make world in about a year

Giorgos Keramidas keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Sat Feb 25 14:31:53 PST 2006

On 2006-02-25 21:22, Kristian Vaaf <vaaf at broadpark.no> wrote:
>At 16:59 24.02.2006, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
>>On 2006-02-24 16:45, Kristian Vaaf <vaaf at broadpark.no> wrote:
>>> This is one of the reason I think, why most people these days seem to
>>> go (back) to DragonflyBSD.
>>This is very uncalled for.  If you really want help, then please spare
>>us the (in my opinion) unsupported, unwarranted rhetoric about why
>>FreeBSD is not for you.  The helpful people of this list don't deserve
>>this, and you don't deserve the flames such inflammatory material can
>>> I certainly am going to.
>>Ultimately, this is your choise to make, of course.  We can't force to
>>use something that you don't like.
>>Before that happens, I'd like to see at least the following though:
>>    - Your cvsupfile
>>    - The error messages you get.  The URL in the previous paragraphs
>>      that is supposed to show the errors, is not fetchable:
>>          $ cd /tmp
>>          $ fetch http://www.home.no/hedhnta/result.txt
>>          fetch: http://www.home.no/hedhnta/result.txt: Not Found
>>          $
> Dear Giorgos,
> Here is my /etc/cvsupfile:
>     *default host=cvsup.no.FreeBSD.org
>     *default base=/usr
>     *default prefix=/usr
>     *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_6
>     *default delete use-rel-suffix
>     src-all
>     ports-all tag=.
>     doc-all tag=.

This looks fine so far.  You are not using compression, which is
probably going to be slightly evil, but other than that I see no

> I'll have result.txt back on that URL first thing tomorrow morning.

Be sure to include at least the following:

    - The environment of the root shell, i.e. the output of:

          # env | sort

    - The contents of your /etc/make.conf file.

    - The *EXACT* commands you used to build the userland & kernel.

    - The *EXACT* error messages.

> I'm not going to DragonflyBSD because FreeBSD works just fine at the
> time being, except this though it isn't killing me.

This is, ultimately, none of by business.  Do as you wish.

> Talk to you later,
> Thanks!

Sure thing,


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