Hi Ian and Warner,
        I realize this isn’t a path that’s currently supported, but when I was 
running a test for jhb on stable/9 (ref9-amd64.freebsd.org to be exact), I ran 
into this error:

bmake[1]: "/scratch/tmp/ngie/svn/Makefile" line 466: "Target architecture for 
arm/conf/A20 unknown.  config(8) likely too old."
*** [universe_arm_kernels] Error code 1

bmake: stopped in /scratch/tmp/ngie/svn

        I was wondering if there was a way where someone could more reliably 
bootstrap from stable/9 to stable/10, or if the directions just need to be 
changed to “upgrade to the latest release of 10, then upgrade to 11-CURRENT”?
        Also, config is a build tool in Makefile.inc1… I was wondering if the 
check in Makefile is a bit too stringent / incorrect.
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