> > It looks like a problem with WITHOUT_MANCOMPRESS.
> > I am looking into it.
> A fix is now committed. It has been broken since June.
> Bryan Drewery
Thanks for the fix, computer is now busy with NetBSD update from 6.99.44 (16
months old) to 7.99.21 for both amd64 and i386, but I intend to get back to the
FreeBSD update after that is done.
I checked /etc/src.conf and found
I looked in other directions for the problem and would have just been wasting
time and computer energy.
Compressed man pages can be a nuisance, and not really necessary or helpful
with today's big hard drives and USB sticks.
Good I was able to expose a bug of four months' standing.
UPDATE: buildworld succeeded, but installworld crashed to the debugger prompt:
Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode
Reboot attempt, both with custom kernel and GENERIB, failed:
/libc/libc.so.7: version FBSD_1.3 required by /bin/sh not defined
GENERIB is kernel config derived from GENERIC but with some outdated devices
unlikely to be found on a modern computer system removed, and some wireless
drivers including rsu added.
So now that FreeBSD installation is not bootable. I ran
fsck_ffs -y /dev/dk9
from NetBSD 7.99.21 (current) i386, /dev/dk9 being NetBSD's version of the
FreeBSD partition name.
I can say "make installworld" likely failed because, after interrupted
(crashed) installworld, userland was out of sync.
I have another FreeBSD partition, 10.1-STABLE amd64, dating to January 29,
2015, could boot into that and try to update both that (10.2-STABLE) and the
messed-up FreeBSD-current installation (with HEAD/current).
MicroNet Fantom external hard drives, 1 TB to 5 TB, USB 3.0 and eSATA, look
attractive now, back up a whole OS installation, eSATA figures to work better
than USB 3.0: better for FreeBSD and NetBSD, and better recognition at boot
time by motherboard/BIOS/UEFI.
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