"Rogier R. Mulhuijzen wrote:"
> >For the last week, each kernel built with fresh source code
> >cannot exec sh. I've seen a lot of emails about this, but
> >most were about the "correct" way to rebuild a system.
> >Is this a problem affecting only me?
> I haven't had any trouble.
> How do you rebuild your system? What is the exact error you get?
> And (at the risk of sounding stupid) what's the output of ls -l /bin/sh?

cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf;config XXX;cd ../../compile/XXX; make depend; make

No errors, just the usual prompt for a path to a shell, as if one
had booted single user.

526188 sh, without resorting to a fixit disc.

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