On Wed, 26 Sep 2001, Wilko Bulte wrote:

> FWIW: the kernel that shows this behaviour was built using make buildkernel
> just after a make buildworld. That should ensure a make depend. But
> I'll try your suggestions and see what happens next.

I have the same problem as described earlier in this thread. I installed a
4.4 RELEASE (cdrom) system and then cvsupped my way to -CURRENT.

After that basically I did a
  /usr/src# make update buildworld buidkernel KERNCONF=GENERIC
and a
  /usr/src# make installworld installkernel KERNCONF=GENERIC

I ran mergemaster and agreed to pretty much everything; I booted, and I ended up
with the problem. I did this several times (at least 3) trying out different minor
things. None helped obviously.

I thought I did something wrong while upgrading from 4.x to 5.x that resuled in this.

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