coriolinus wrote:
> I'm new to kernel building, so I followed the handbook's advice: cd to
> /usr/src, then make buildkernel KERNCONF=MYKERNEL.
> 
> The kernel build process is failing mysteriously. The file it claims
> not to be able to find, /usr/src/sys/dev/aic7xxx/aicasm/aicasm.c, is
> sitting in my filesystem exactly where it should be. I'm not even sure
> why exactly it's trying to build that, as I'm pretty sure that I
> disabled the modules in the kernel configuration file which use that
> source.

Actually, that's not the problem.
The file which is not found is the compiler itself:

gcc34:No such file or directory

Maybe you've installed gcc 4.3 from ports, linked /usr/bin/cc to
/usr/local/bin/gcc43 and then upgrade gcc?


> 
> Any help getting this to work would be greatly appreciated.
> 
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