/tmp write failed, filesystem is full

Michele Endrici bichele at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 17:22:16 UTC 2007

No, i'm working on a driver prototype for my master thesis degree.
I've simply got this driver that is known working on 6.1 and changed some
code. Put the driver files in the /usr/src/sys/dev/<drive_dir>, added the
line "dev/<drive_dir>/>drive_name>.c" to files.i386, than build
it statically into kernel with "make depend, make, make install". First time
it worked than no more. I know i can do a kernel plug-in instead this static
kernel module but I need to solve this problem anyway.

On 3/27/07, Brian A. Seklecki <bseklecki at collaborativefusion.com> wrote:

> On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 17:42 +0200, Michele Endrici wrote:
> >         build a kernel for FreeBSD 6.2 with a new driver but the make
> >         > fails
> ...."build a kernel for FreeBSD 6.2 with a new driver but the make
> fails"
> What did you do just pull a new version of the files into your 6.2 tree?
> from -current? from RELENG_6 branch?
> Did you get a patch known to work?  This isn't Debian >:}
> --
> Brian A. Seklecki <bseklecki at collaborativefusion.com>
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