Build of FreeBSD-10 fails on 9 with unknown target CPU
rmg1970swe at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 23:17:52 UTC 2014
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On 2014-06-14 00:51, Yuri wrote:
> On 06/13/2014 15:24, Rolf Nielsen wrote:
>> 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 the build?
> I don't set any command line variables, except NOCLEAN=YES By llvm
> build I mean the section of buildworld which builds llvm.
> One thing that is special is that I do this in chroot environment
> on the disk that is a bootable FreeBSD 9 root image. But this
> shouldn't change anything.
It shouldn't, especially not the CPUTYPE setting. Though in the past
I've had problems building ports in chroot environments. Those
problems have not been with the CPUTYPE setting, and I doubt that the
chroot is the cause of your troubles, unless the chroot'ed environment
is incomplete. What does it contain before you initiate the build
process? Did you simply copy your running environment to a new
directory and chroot into it, or did you do something more or even
I'm wondering where the "unknown CPU target 'amd64'" comes from. amd64
is not a valid setting for CPUTYPE, however, it is a valid setting for
P.S. I'm starting to run out of ideas, since I'm not a system hacker,
and I don't really have the in-depth knowledge about the build system
to go much further than this, so unless the problem is resolved,
someone else will probably have to take it from here.
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