I ran into a very nasty situation where I need to save/restore/reinstall a in-installworld-crashed recent current.
While the /usr/obj and /usr/src as well as /etc folders are intact (residing on a Samsung 850 pro SSD with UFS and journaling), /boot/kernel vanished and most binaries in /bin and /sbin are of Null size. I treid to rescue the system by intending to use the most recent CURRENT ISO image found on the snapshot server for USB drives, booted this successfully and then mounted the failes filesystems into the proper place (/usr/obj and /usr/src onto USB devices /usr/obj and /usr/src respectively, the rest goes into /mnt). I tried then to perform a make installworld with DESTDIR=/mnt set. But I fail: the minimalistic USB image does not have any CLANG/LLVM stuff required for the rescue! Where the hell did this stuff go? Has it been ripped off due to the 1 GB ancient flash size? Help is needed. I've already posted to CURRENT a message, but I guess I always hit the wrong subject line. It seems that the key to my saviour is to have a flash drive with a recent CURRENT containing a cc compiler - otherwise /usr/obj is useless. Kind reards, Oliver _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"