On 10/11/2006 14:29, Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: > Hello, > > On Fri, 10 Nov 2006, Karol Kwiatkowski wrote: > >> Just a shot in the dark, but I haven't seen it mentioned yet: >> >> have you used any variables affecting kernel compilation, especially >> CPUTYPE, CFLAGS, COPTFLAGS? I remember seeing some strange effects >> when I messed with them too much (we've all been there, haven't we? ;) > > Thank you for this hint. I have checked the conf file. I do not have any > of the options you mention. The only reference to CPU that I have is: > > cpu I686_CPU > > But that's probably too obvious, isn't it?
That's the kernel configuration. I686_CPU should be(?) fine on most i386 processors but you may check that. However I was asking about variables affecting the compilation process itself. Most of the time they're set in /etc/make.conf (If you're not sure make that file available via HTTP or post it's content to the list). > BTW - I put your domain on a whitelist as your email to me was rejected > by my MTA (sorry about that). Thank you again for your help! No problem, I'm used to that. It's a part of 'fun' when running a mail server on dynamic IP... HTH, Karol -- Karol Kwiatkowski <freebsd at orchid dot homeunix dot org> OpenPGP: http://www.orchid.homeunix.org/carlos/gpg/0x06E09309.asc
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