On Sunday 23 February 2003 07:10 am, taxman wrote:
> Hi,  I can't figure this one out,  I have already installed a custom kernel
> on this sytem and now I'm trying to make a new one.  It build fine, but
> intallkernel fails with:
> install -o root -g wheel -m 555   joy.ko /modules
> install -o root -g wheel -m 444 joy.8.gz  /usr/share/man/man8
> install -o root -g wheel -m 555  /usr/src/sys/modules/joy/joy.sh
> /usr/bin/joy install: /usr/src/sys/modules/joy/joy.sh: No such file or
> directory *** Error code 71

I solved this by dl'ding the file, and running make iinstallkernel again.  It 
happened with three more files, linux.sh,ibcs2.sh, and svr4.sh
after grabbing all of those and running installkernel a few times it ended 
successfully.  Weird.

any ideas on the other questions below?

> I look and I see that joy.sh is not on my system.  ok where did it go?
> I dl'd it and i hope it will work if I just put it in it's place.
> Alright, so in investigating this it brought up two more questions.
> 1) someone mentioned make.conf and
> MODULES_OVERRIDE   it seems this requires a list of modules *to* build, but
> it's not possible to just exclude one.  How would I build this list, and
> what syntax?
> 2) if I use NO_MODULES instead, are there any critical modules I'll be
> missing?  I have everything I think I want in my kernel config file so I
> shouldn't need any modules right?
> Thanks,

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