Someone, quite probably Daniela, once wrote: >I'm upgrading from 4.7-STABLE to 5.0-RELEASE. >I get the following: > ># make installworld >Running test variables >PASS: Test variables detected no regression, output matches. >Running test targets >PASS: Test targets detected no regression. >Running test sysvmatch >PASS: Test sysvmatch detected no regression. >Running test lhs_expn >PASS: Test lhs_expn detected no regression. >Running test notdef >PASS: Test notdef detected no regression. >Running test modifiers >PASS: Test modifiers detected no regression. >Running test funny_targets >PASS: Test funny_targets detected no regression. >Checking to see if your booted kernel is fresh enough.. >/usr/obj/usr/src/bin/sh/sh -c 'echo "Testing installed kernel for new >sigaction(2) syscall"' >Bad system call (core dumped) >*** Error code 140 > >Stop in /usr/src. >*** Error code 1 > >Stop in /usr/src. > >What's wrong?
You need to reboot properly so the 5.0 kernel is used. Check /usr/src/UPDATING and a fair way down is a step-by-step guide to avoiding further hiccups. Kevin -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message