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On Mon, Feb 03, 2003 at 09:59:34AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Hello,
>       I've got a 4.4-RC server that I'm attempting to upgrade all the source on. I'm 
>following the directions found at: 
>  to the 
>letter to do this. My make buildworld went just fine, although I can't seem to get 
>past this make buildkernel compile problem. I CVSup'd on February 1st 2003 at around 
>6:00pm. It keeps failing on umass.c, the below is the offending output of the build:

Hmm, I have a good build from source obtained on the same day.  At about the
same time, too, I believe.  Try repeating the CVSup, and see what happens.

> I don't need this, as to my knowledge it's only a USB Mass Storage driver and it 
>isn't a dependency of anything else (I'm assuming). I've commented out all the USB 
>drivers in both my custom and GENERIC kernel config files, and tried building with 
>both but it fails with exactly the same message (why is it even trying to make it?). 
>I'm using no special switches to make, simply make buildkernel KERNCONF=GENERIC with 
>the possible exception of make.conf (see below). Some system information follows.

Correct, it is the USB mass storage driver.  If it were required as a depend-
ency, I think you would get a very different error message (still with the
fatal results, mind you ;-)

It is building it as a kernel module.  AFAIK, all modules are built, unless
you specify a list of modules you want to build, in which case ONLY those
defined are built.  The option in /etc/make.conf to control this behaviour
is MODULES_OVERRIDE.  This is convenient if you know what modules you want.
I have never yet tried this feature, so see man make.conf for more info.


Your config seems fine from a cursory glance.


Daniel Bye

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