On 6/13/15, Glen Barber <g...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> [re@ CC'd]
>
> On Sat, Jun 13, 2015 at 02:34:37PM +0200, Oliver Pinter wrote:
>> Hi all!
>>
>> We got build error with custom BRANCH= in newvers.sh. The release
>> process unable to generate the ISO files but they not stopped with
>> error, just ignore them, and continue with memstick images.
>>
>>
>> cp /jenkins/workspace/HardenedBSD-stable-master-amd64/release/rc.local
>> bootonly/etc
>> sh
>> /jenkins/workspace/HardenedBSD-stable-master-amd64/release/amd64/mkisoimages.sh
>> -b 11_0_CURRENT_HARDENEDBSD_amd64_BO bootonly.iso bootonly
>> 100+0 records in
>> 100+0 records out
>> 409600 bytes transferred in 0.007822 secs (52361998 bytes/sec)
>> newfs_msdos: cannot get number of sectors per track: Operation not
>> supported
>> newfs_msdos: cannot get number of heads: Operation not supported
>> newfs_msdos: trim 44 sectors to adjust to a multiple of 63
>> /dev/md0: 717 sectors in 717 FAT12 clusters (512 bytes/cluster)
>> BytesPerSec=512 SecPerClust=1 ResSectors=1 FATs=2 RootDirEnts=512
>> Sectors=756 Media=0xf8 FATsecs=3 SecPerTrack=63 Heads=1 HiddenSecs=0
>> makefs: error: The Disk Label must be at most 32 characters long
>> usage: makefs [-t fs-type] [-o fs-options] [-d debug-mask] [-B endian]
>>      [-S sector-size] [-M minimum-size] [-m maximum-size] [-s image-size]
>>      [-b free-blocks] [-f free-files] [-F mtree-specfile] [-xZ]
>>      [-N userdb-dir] image-file directory | manifest [extra-directory ...]
>>
>
> I think at this point either:
>
> 1) VOLUME_LABEL should be removed; or
> 2) VOLUME_LABEL should be only set if 'uname -s' returns 'FreeBSD'.
>
> There have been multiple reports of issues with this, and the workaround
> for edge cases is getting far too ugly at this point, so I prefer option
> (1).
>

Hmm, and seems like the memstick builds are affected too: try to boot
this: 
http://jenkins.hardenedbsd.org/builds/HardenedBSD-master-amd64/build-127/ISO-IMAGES/HardenedBSD-11-CURRENT_hardenedbsd-master-amd64-mini-memstick.img

> Glen
>
>
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