On Sun, 27 Mar 2016 23:42:02 +0300
Aleksander Alekseev <afis...@devzen.ru> wrote:
> I'm using FreeBSD CURRENT because of recent improvements in area of
> Intel GPUs support in this branch. Also there is a hope that by using
> CURRENT I can discover some bugs and contribute to FreeBSD project a
> bit by reporting them.
> Today I noticed that I can't install anything from ports any longer:
> $ cd /usr/ports/*/evince
> $ sudo make -DBATCH configure
> make: "/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk" line 1162: UNAME_r (11.0-CURRENT)
> and OSVERSION (1002000) do not agree on major version number.
> I thought that maybe something is wrong with portsnap or I did
> something wrong during one of `mergemaster` steps so I decided to
> rebuild the world. But now `make -j4 buildworld` fails with following
> Also I tried newer CLang (compiled manually from trunk branch) but it
> didn't manage to compile the world either - it complains about
> unresolved references during linking. I'm using ld.gold instead of ld,
> but since it links other projects without any problems I doubt it's
> his fault. My best guess is that it's because I specified clang-3.9 as
> CXX and CPP in /etc/make.conf. Unfortunately I didn't managed to find
> clang++-3.9 or clang-cpp-3.9 after running `ninja install`.
> So I have two problems --- ports are not working and buildworld is
> failing. I have run out of ideas currently so a few advices would be
What's the output of these commands?:
grep "define __FreeBSD_version" /usr/include/sys/param.h
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