Hi guys,

I hope I'm posting in the right place.
My situation is that I've got a laptop thats booted with a live-cd FreeSBIE.
My laptops HD (/dev/ad0s1a) is mounted on /tmp/fixed and I'm trying to
build and install
a kernel to that mounted filesystem, with home, tmp, var and usr
mounted on /tmp/fixed/home etc.

I've got the kernel sources extracted to /tmp/fixed/usr/src/ by the following:
# cd /path-to/6.2-RELEASE/src
# cat ssys.[a-d]* | tar -zxvf - -C /tmp/fixed/usr/src
# cat sbase.[a-d]* | tar -zxvf - -C /tmp/fixed/usr/src/

My custom kernel is in /tmp/fixed/root/kernels/CUSTOM, with a symlink
from /tmp/fixed/usr/src/sys/i386/conf/CUSTOM pointing to it.

But I'm getting errors when from /tmp/fixed/usr/src I run
# make buildkernel KERNCONF=CUSTOM

I've tried to run that under a chroot too:
# chroot /tmp/fixed
# setenv MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX /usr/obj2
# setenv DESTDIR /
# make buildkernel KERNCONF=CUSTOM

But I'm still getting errors, mainly with ACPI.

Is it possible to do what I'm looking at? ie build a custom kernel
using sources from a mounted filesystem, and install it to that
mounted filesystem?

Thanks plenty.
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