"Timothy Gagnon" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Alright, I have been trying to upgrade FreeBSD from 4.7 to 4.10...I used
> cvsup to get all the files "make buildworld" when through just fine, but
> the problem comes after "make kernel KERNCONF=GENERIC"...
If you did, literally, what you describe, then your problem is that you
"make buildworld" builds world, but doesn't install it. "make kernel" makes
and installs the kernel. If you did the steps you describe, then you have
a kernel and a world with mistmatched versions.
If that's the case, get booted into the system and re-run the upgrade process.
Be sure to do all the steps this time, as described in 21.4.1:
> When I reboot and the kernel starts to load...it *always* just stops at
> the same point and just sits there doing nothing at "acd1: CD-RW <My CD-RW
> info> at ata1-slave PIO4"...
> If I restart and run "kernel.GENERIC" from the boot prompt I can get it to
> load the kernel, but I want to be able to go into single-user mode to
> mount the file system, plus I just don't like having things acting screwy.
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