On Sat, 17 May 2008, Luke Dean wrote:

On Sat, 17 May 2008, Luke Dean wrote:

In previous versions, I could modify GENERIC by just commenting out all the devices and options that I wasn't interested in, and buildkernel KERNCONF=myconf would happily ignore all the things I wasn't interested in.

This no longer works. Now everything gets built, even things that are broken/incompatible with other options I've chosen.

Ah, I was confused. It built all of the modules in the past as well. It just wasn't a problem before because everything built correctly. Today it appears to be bombing while compiling the "zyd" device, which wouldn't be so annoying if it weren't at the end of the alphabet...

I'm going to clean up and start over from the beginning. If it happens again and I can't figure it out, I'll post my kernel configuration and the error message.

There's nothing wrong with zyd. It just has the misfortune of being the last module to be built.
I was building the kernel with nanobsd, which uses "make -j3" by default.
Running multiple make jobs at the same time like that made it impossible for me to see that the build was really crashing because I'd left something important out of my kernel configuration.
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