In response to Greg Groth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > On 6/15/2006 3:02 PM, Bill Moran wrote: > > In response to Greg Groth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > > >> On 6/15/2006 2:42 PM, Bill Moran wrote: > >> > In response to Greg Groth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
[snip] > >> mail# uname -a > >> FreeBSD mail.domain.com 6.0-RELEASE-p6 FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE-p6 #1: Tue > >> Mar 28 13:46:24 CST 2006 > >> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 > > > > Are you sure you completed the process successfully? If you'd had > > tag=., this would reports something like 6-STABLE. If you'd had > > 6_0_RELENG, it would report 6.0-RELEASE-p9. > > > > It looks as if the make install* steps weren't completed. > > > > (reiterating my original email for clarification) > > # cd /usr/src > # make buildworld > # make buildkernel > # make installkernel > # reboot > > After rebooting into single user mode: > > # fsck -p > # mount -u / > # mount -a -t ufs > # swapon -a > # adjkerntz -i > # cd /usr/src (I forgot to list this last time around) > # mergemaster -p > # make installworld > # mergemaster > # reboot > > No errors reported during any of these steps, and each step appears to > complete like it's doing exactly what it's supposed to. > > Can you see any steps I missed or overlooked? Any advice on how to > determine where something might have gone wrong? All of a sudden I'm > having this feeling that something might be broken somewhere... I don't see any missed or incorrect steps here. Check the files listed in the advisory to see if the versions you have in /usr/src match those for 6.0-RELEASE-p9. It's possible that the cvsup server you used didn't have all the updates yet. -- Bill Moran Collaborative Fusion Inc. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"