Build of FreeBSD-10 fails on 9 with unknown target CPU
rmg1970swe at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 22:24:43 UTC 2014
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On 2014-06-13 22:56, Yuri wrote:
> On 06/13/2014 12:03, Rolf Nielsen wrote:
>> As I stated in my previous reply, to Warren Block's question, I
>> don't remember where I found it. However, on my 10.0-STABLE
>> r265900 I found these lines in /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf
> Ok, 10 source has corei7 in share/examples/etc/make.conf, so should
> be no problem.
> My problem is probably because buildworld uses old /usr/share/mk/
> make files (from FreeBSD 9 in my case). I usually do
> stages to update the system. However, these steps use the old
> /usr/share/mk/ files, and this causes this error "unknown target
> CPU 'amd64'" in buildworld.
> Is there any recommended way to solve this dependency on the old
> makefiles during build of the newer version on the older system?
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Yes, I do understand. However, your problem still puzzles me, as the
setting worked for me in 9-STABLE; the build system just replaced
corei7 with something that gcc was able to use, and so it should on
your system as well.
You never answered my questions though:
Do you set some variables on the commandline as
well, that might confuse the compiler?
And by llvm build, do you mean
when building llvm or do you mean that you use llvm/clang to perform
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