After updating-upgrading from 6.2 to 7.0, I am unable to "make buildkernel" for 7.0. The error message says that "...config(8) does not match kernel!" with the instruction to sync config with the src files. Version 600003 is indicated as installed with 600004 required. In searching through the /usr/src/... files, I found what appeared to be version 600006 as existing in the source tree. The kernel remains the smp kernel for 6.2. When the update started, there was message stating that the kernel would not be updated if it is not GENERIC. So, fine! I updated and all appears to be well; the ports were updated (even much too much) as there are probably more than a hundred programs installed that are of absolutely no use to me, at this time anyway. I have cvsupped the src tree and this is where things get rather muddled: The stable-supfile calls for the branch 7_RELEASE whereas the standard-supfile call for 7_0_RELEASE... whaaaat? There is a difference? And then, the GENERIC kernel configuration versions are also different - I saw several from 1.474.2.7 to 1.4220.127.116.11 and if I recall there was still another.... And the freebsd-update.conf file (line 26) doesn't allow and install or rollback as it appears to indicate that the current version is 7.0. So, if anyone can figure out how it would be possible to install a custom 7.0_RELEASE kernel, I would be most grateful. Thanks in advance, Pippo Giordano _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"