On Fri, 4 Mar 2016 11:21:33 -0800 Mark Johnston <ma...@freebsd.org> wrote
> On Fri, Mar 04, 2016 at 08:47:44AM -0800, Chris H wrote:
> > I've just finished building world, and am building a custom kernel.
> > (11-CURRENT svn co from yesterday, and on an i386)
> > I see the following message emitted on every lib being processed
> > during the build:
> > ERROR: ctfconvert: *.o doesn't have type data to convert
> > (replace the asterisk (*) with any given library)
> This is probably because your kernel config contains
> "makeoptions WITH_CTF=1" but not "DEBUG=-g". ctfconvert has nothing to
> do because no DWARF info is available, and emits that error as a result.
Right you are. I also considered something to that affect, but was
*sure* I had commented *both* DEBUG=-g and WITH_CFT=1. But a quick
check reveals I forgot WITH_CFT=1 -- D'OH!
> > Will this result in an unusable kernel? Should I be concerned?
> No, it'll work fine. Some parts of DTrace will not work.
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