As Mark Peek wrote:
> Can you verify that there are patches in the devel/gdb52/files?
> # ls /usr/ports/devel/gdb52/files
> CVS patch-gdb_kvm-fbsd.c
> patch-gdb_config_alpha_fbsd.mh patch-gdb_symfile.c
> patch-gdb_config_i386_fbsd.mh patch-gdb_target.c
> patch-gdb_config_i386_nm-fbsd.h patch-gdb_target.h
> patch-gdb_config_i386_tm-fbsd.h patch-gdb_version.in
Nice tip, thanks. :-) I forgot to use -Pd when cvs updating that port.
> Did the make create this file?
> # ls -l /usr/ports/devel/gdb52/work/gdb-5.2/gdb/kvm-fbsd.c
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 26480 Jun 27 06:48
Now yes. ;-)
> Check "sysctl -a kern.osreldate" and see if your
> system is >= 500032.
Hmm, that's the problem. My version is a bit dated already...
OK, thanks for the insight!
cheers, J"org .-.-. --... ...-- -.. . DL8DTL
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