"Eric Crist" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I've got a Compaq Presario laptop with everything working great, except
> my wifi card. I've decided that I've been using 5.1 for a long time on
> my desktop without issue, so I want to upgrade my laptop. I can cvsup
> the sources fine, but when I enter into /usr/src and type make world, I
> get an error about checking the kernel to see if it's fresh enough and
> it dumps the core and exits. Is anyone else having this problem? I
> have tried doing a cd /usr/src; rm -rf * to delete everything in the
> /usr/src directory and rm -rf the /usr/obj directory. This has always
> worked for me in the past.
> Any enlightenment would be appreciated, even a point to the correct FM.
"make world"? Really? You don't mean "make buildworld"?
I guess the "world" target really does need to be removed.
and also see /usr/src/UPDATING
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