For Proper Use Of Recompiling System
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From: "Gary Kline" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "FreeBSD Mailing List" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 7:52 PM
> This morning I cvsup's the -current src for my laptop.
> When I try to "config GENERIC", eithr directly or by typing
> make buildkernel, I get an error from /usr/sbin/config
> that it is not in sync with the kernel. I think it
> complains that it is 500012 where I need 500013.
> I tried cd'ing to /usr/sbin/config and doing a make
> install clean. Stumbled into a lex error and the build
> quits. Any thoughts on what to try next?? I'm
> doing a buildworld just in case buildkernel reaches into
> soome newly build binary. Otherwise, could somebody
> with a working config -CURRENT binary email it my way.
> (I'm not sure what the lex error is or why is halts
> the build; possibly the makefile/*mk stuff is set up
> to die at any err.)
> Ideas, guys? and, tia, of course,
> Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.thought.org Public service
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