Re: Kernel compilation failed in 5.3-RELEASE
From: John Murphy (sub01_at_freeode.co.uk)
To: questions@FreeBSD.ORG Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2004 15:14:01 +0000
Robert Kot wrote (quoting Subhro):
>> Recvsup and rebuild. Did you change anything in /etc/make.conf?
>No, absolutely not. This is my /etc/make.conf:
># -- use.perl generated deltas -- #
># Created: Wed Nov 10 22:37:45 2004
># Setting to use base perl from ports:
>Isn't it supposed to work out of the box ?
It does! I've just compiled a kernel based on GENERIC with these
changes and it compiles without problem:
One of the error messages you saw said:
error: syntax error before "mod"
Perhaps that file got corrupted somehow. You could delete the
/usr/src/sys directory (after backing up your config file) and
re-install the sys source from CD. You could compare it with
its CVS Log entries if you can find them, it has moved but there
are traces at:
Or you could simply manage without splash screens for now by
commenting out the device splash line in your kernel config.
>How can I do recvsup ? Sorry for the stupid question,
>I'm still a beginner.
There should be no need unless you want to track STABLE.
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