On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 21:46:04 +0200, Simon L. Nielsen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Have you tried another mirror? It could be a (very) out-of-date > mirror that doesn't have 5.2 ? Also you could try to delete the files > in /usr/sup. > I hadn't tried it, but after you suggested it I did. I think Don's reply (above) mentions what I was doing wrong. I appreciate the input though. > 5.X is the -CURRENT branch (still) and -STABLE is 4.X (e.g. 4.10). > Somewhere in the back of my head I knew this from my previous installs of the 5.x tree, but I saw some other posts that confused me. Thanks for clarifying this. No wonder I was getting make buildworld errors. > > The system is 5.2.1-R on a MSI Neo K8T FIS2R mobo with an AMD 3200+ > > with ddr 400/pc3200 RAM and an SATA HDD. > > Hmm, that's an i386 system, so it's not related to this mailing list > (freebsd-amd64). You should use the freebsd-questions for generic > questions... > Actually you must be confusing my K8T (k8t800 chipset) with another of MSI's K8T Neo mobos. My 3200+ is the 64-bit 2.0Ghz., not the 32-bit 2.8Ghz...(or whatever the 3200+ is in the 32-bit world) Cheers, Dave _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"