On Wed, 20 Apr 2016 17:37:16 -0700 (PDT), "Jeffrey Bouquet"
> On Wed, 20 Apr 2016 12:28:29 -0400, Allan Jude <allanj...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> > On 2016-04-20 12:06, Jeffrey Bouquet wrote:
> > > unistd
> > >
> > >
> > > /usr/src/lib/libc/../../include/unistd.h:330:45: error: expected function
> > > body after function declarator
> > > int execl( .................................
> > > 332:46:
> > > same...
> > >
> > > stops libc
> > > otherwise clang36 seems to be building so far, if it builds unsure about
> > > installworld
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> Well, it is now r298350 Wed Apr 20...
> However several problems
> SINGLE-USER BOOT PROBLEMS
> 1... usual boot fails, this is single-user adjusted, but I cannot add swap
> (swapon? swapctl?)
> 1a... the last time, it was fixed with using the old /kernel ...
> multi-user boot problems
> 2... the last usual boot dumped with vm_pager or something, verbose boot
> times out with xpt_config not completing.
> 2a.... could be a wrong setting is loader.conf, the nvidia.ko not yet updated
> (which it now is ) for the latter
> case I have yet to reboot to test
> 2b... Reboot to test takes longer, /rescue/mount each filesystem
> As one might surmise, I'd rather see buildworld made more foolproof than
> other recent improvements
> (pkg, zfs, ...)
>From backup, I have r288246 kernel and nvidia.ko (v11)
from source, I have world and all except those TWO files at r298350 )(v11),
nvidia (newer) won't load with older kernel
A few at-boot scripts no longer work as expected... but no other major problems
(swap is present again)
(multi-user boot works)
Best practice maybe to update the kernel? It is a custom one from way back in
without sound drivers and without debug symbols... and many esoteric lines
added which I cobbled
together at first then changed per diffs of GENERIC over the years...
Thanks for any known methods
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