Hardware

2006-06-02 Thread horn
Whether it will be installed FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE and whether after will work on a computer: Proc: Pentium 75 MHz Menory: 16 MB RAM HDD: 1.2 Gb ? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Can't make wi0: work on Toshiba notebook with mini-PCI network card.

2006-06-02 Thread Lorin Lund
I have a Toshiba Satelite Pro 6100 with a Toshiba mini-PCI wireless network card. The wireless stuff seems to be there (for as much as I know) This is a dual boot machine. When booted as Windows XP it connects and works just fine. I see that ifconfig -a shows the right IP address. But there

Re: Hardware

2006-06-02 Thread Garrett Cooper
horn wrote: Whether it will be installed FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE and whether after will work on a computer: Proc: Pentium 75 MHz Menory: 16 MB RAM HDD: 1.2 Gb ? It may work, if it will boot from a CD drive and then the bios has the capability to load the FreeBSD MBR from the hard disk, but I

Re: Openoffice compilation failure

2006-06-02 Thread Stephen Montgomery-Smith
Subhro wrote: On 6/2/06, Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Subhro [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 6/1/06, Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrea Venturoli [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I reported it several months ago and all I got to be told was that it's a strange problem.

Re: Hardware

2006-06-02 Thread Colin Percival
horn wrote: Whether it will be installed FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE and whether after will work on a computer: Proc: Pentium 75 MHz Menory: 16 MB RAM HDD: 1.2 Gb ? Not unless you do build a custom kernel first. I couldn't get FreeBSD 5.4 to boot a GENERIC kernel on a system with 16 MB of RAM

RE: Adding as a second hard drive

2006-06-02 Thread Tamouh H.
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Adam M Sent: June 1, 2006 8:04 PM To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Adding as a second hard drive Yes, I was wondering what the best way was to add a second hard drive to my existing FreeBSD

Re: Net dies after many torrent packets, BUG?!

2006-06-02 Thread Nikos Vassiliadis
nocturnal [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Not sure how to answer your question but the network dies in a way that i can't send any packets out or recive any packets in. What usually helps is to run dhclient fxp0 on my card again. My friend said he used to bring the card down and then up again

Re: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

2006-06-02 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Thu, Jun 01, 2006 at 05:01:08PM -0700, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Chuck Swiger Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 8:24 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Recommendation for

Re: difference between deinstall and pkg_delete?

2006-06-02 Thread Mikhail Goriachev
Jon Falconer wrote: Greetings, I see in the man page for ports the following: reinstallUse this to restore a port after using pkg_delete(1) when you should have used deinstall. So I'm wondering what is the difference between pkg_delete and using make

Re: is vinum in FBSD 6.0?

2006-06-02 Thread bsd
I recently installed 6.0, and there doesn't seem to be a vinum binary. There is a gvinum binary, but it doesn't even implement all of the commands in its own help screen. I'm somewhat confused. Did I screw up my install, or is this normal? Is there some kind of IP lawsuit over vinum or

Requirements

2006-06-02 Thread horn
What the minimum system requirements of FreeBSD 6.1 ? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Requirements

2006-06-02 Thread cknipe
Quoting horn [EMAIL PROTECTED]: What the minimum system requirements of FreeBSD 6.1 ? http://www.freebsd.org/releases/6.0R/installation-i386.html ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: is vinum in FBSD 6.0?

2006-06-02 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Travis H. wrote: Is there some kind of IP lawsuit over vinum or something? If so, it's never been mentioned ;-) It's a valid question, but I don't think Greg's that kind of guy. As for Veritas, I *think* they had some sort of agreement (re: the name), (but I could be blowing smoke there);

Re: Hardware

2006-06-02 Thread Fabian Keil
horn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Whether it will be installed FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE and whether after will work on a computer: Proc: Pentium 75 MHz Menory: 16 MB RAM HDD: 1.2 Gb ? I tried to install FreeBSD 6.1-PRERELEASE on a Pentium 90 with 16 MB RAM a few weeks ago. The BIOS wasn't able to

qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Robin Becker
I am trying to use qpopper for delivering mail to my PC based mail client from a freeBSD 6.0 release system -ERR [AUTH] root: access denied. -- Robin Becker ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Hardware

2006-06-02 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Colin Percival wrote: horn wrote: Whether it will be installed FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE and whether after will work on a computer: Proc: Pentium 75 MHz Menory: 16 MB RAM HDD: 1.2 Gb ? Not unless you do build a custom kernel first. I couldn't get FreeBSD 5.4 to boot a GENERIC kernel on a system

Re: qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Robin Becker
Robin Becker wrote: I am trying to use qpopper for delivering mail to my PC based mail client from a freeBSD 6.0 release system -ERR [AUTH] root: access denied. whoops hit the wrong key too soon. I have added user x and user root to the APOP data base, and have checked that user x can do

Re: qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Robin Becker
Nils Vogels wrote: On Fri, 02 Jun 2006 11:12:45 +0100, Robin Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to use qpopper for delivering mail to my PC based mail client from a freeBSD 6.0 release system -ERR [AUTH] root: access denied. Reading mail as root remotely is a Bad Idea (tm),

Re: qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN]
On Friday 02 June 2006 12:34, Robin Becker wrote: Robin Becker wrote: I am trying to use qpopper for delivering mail to my PC based mail client from a freeBSD 6.0 release system -ERR [AUTH] root: access denied. whoops hit the wrong key too soon. I have added user x and user root to

Re: qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Robin Becker
Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN] wrote: On Friday 02 June 2006 12:34, Robin Becker wrote: ... Using pop3 to get root's email means you are sending root's login password in plain text to the pop3 server. It's unwise to change qpopper to allow you to login as root. I thought I was sending the APOP

Re: qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Charlie Root
Robin Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: that's a good answer and will allow my despamming stuff to work on it. I was hoping to be able to clear the root mailbox as well. Is there an easy way to do that? Procmail comes with a nice tool that can do that, called formail. For a one-time use,

Re: divx2dvd

2006-06-02 Thread Iantcho Vassilev
Search freshmeat.net There are some... devede is one of them On 6/1/06, Mark Kane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 01, 2006, at 20:03:55 +0100, Carlos wrote: hi, someone know a program to convert a DivX to DVD file in gui? Hi. Try Avidemux. It's in ports at

Re: limiting apache thru login.conf ?

2006-06-02 Thread Charlie Root
Frank Bonnet [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm in troubles with a webmail using apache ( squirrelmail ) that seems to eat a lot of ressources of the machine then really slowing it down. Does anyone has tried to limit ressources eaten by apache using the /etc/login.conf file for the www user ?

Re: qpopper for root

2006-06-02 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Robin Becker wrote: Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN] wrote: Simply create a normal user and create a mail alias address so that all mail to root gets forwarded to the normal user. Then setup your mail client to login to pop3 using the username passwd of the normal user. Setting up an alias is easy.

Re: 6.1 jumpstart issues

2006-06-02 Thread Erik Nørgaard
Lamont Lucas wrote: I recently upgraded my jumpstart server from 5.5 to 6.1 and have had some issues getting the new jumpstart process working. Specifically, while using my old install.cfg, my new machines were not being built with a kernel. I figured out that the sysinstall manpage is

Re: sudoedit, restricting to particular folder

2006-06-02 Thread N.J. Thomas
* Lawrence Horvath [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-06-01 22:13:39 -0700]: well in that case what can uyou recommend for editing only zone files and being able to run rndc, that is my main goal, i need to lock a system so that only rndc reload, rndc reconfig and editing zone files is possible by a

Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Mark
Hello, I run FreeBSD 4.11 stable, and I need to replace my ASUS K8V Deluxe motherboard. I am thinking about de K8V-X SE. However, instead of the 8237 chipset, it has the 8237R. Is that supported in FreeBSD 4.11 stable as well? Also, instead of the Gigabyte LAN, it has a Realtek 8201CL D version

Re: bug in tcpdump?

2006-06-02 Thread Eugene M. Minkovskii
On Thu, Jun 01, 2006 at 09:15:52PM +0400, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: On 6/1/06, Eugene M. Minkovskii [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It seems to me that I see a bug in tcpdump(1): option -A working same as -x and don't produce ASCII output. Попробуй так: tcpdump -npx -i iface Thank you, but I

Re: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 02:49:22PM +, Mark wrote: Hello, I run FreeBSD 4.11 stable, and I need to replace my ASUS K8V Deluxe motherboard. I am thinking about de K8V-X SE. However, instead of the 8237 chipset, it has the 8237R. Is that supported in FreeBSD 4.11 stable as well? As I

RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Scott Hiemstra
I run FreeBSD 4.11 stable, and I need to replace my ASUS K8V Deluxe motherboard. I am thinking about de K8V-X SE. However, instead of the 8237 chipset, it has the 8237R. Is that supported in FreeBSD 4.11 stable as well? Also, instead of the Gigabyte LAN, it has a Realtek 8201CL D version

RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Danial Thom
--- Scott Hiemstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I run FreeBSD 4.11 stable, and I need to replace my ASUS K8V Deluxe motherboard. I am thinking about de K8V-X SE. However, instead of the 8237 chipset, it has the 8237R. Is that supported in FreeBSD 4.11 stable as well? Also, instead of

GNUstep Initialization Problems

2006-06-02 Thread Anthony Agelastos
Hello, ### Problem ### On bootup, my machine displays the following text: Local package initialization:/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object libobjc.so.1 not found, required by gdnc I believe this to be a problem with GNUstep or one of its dependencies. Does anyone have any ideas? Thank you

RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Scott Hiemstra
Did you say you are running a server? That MB is only suitable for desktop use, as it has the slowest ethernet controller known to man on a 32/33Mhz bus. Running this MB as a server is like putting cheap, skinny tires on your porsche. DT Personaly, I appreciate your dedication to maximum

RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Danial Thom
--- Scott Hiemstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Did you say you are running a server? That MB is only suitable for desktop use, as it has the slowest ethernet controller known to man on a 32/33Mhz bus. Running this MB as a server is like putting cheap, skinny tires on your porsche.

[freebsd-questions] emacs xemacs?

2006-06-02 Thread hernan
Hi folks, I have the xemacs port installed and I would also like to have the normal emacs port installed. When I try to 'make clean install' /usr/ports/editors/emacs it builds fine but fails to install because of xemacs, I'm at work now but the error was something to the effect that they both

Re: phpMyAdmin problem - no Edit/Delete on Browse

2006-06-02 Thread Ian Smith
On Sun, 28 May 2006 at 18:26:46 +0100, Matthew Seaman wrote: Ian Smith wrote: On Sun, 28 May 2006, Matthew Seaman wrote: Ian Smith wrote: running 5.4-RELEASE and installed phpMyAdmin 2.6.1.3 with pkg_add -r [..] You would be well advised to upgrade to the latest phpMyAdmin,

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2006-06-02 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update $Date: 2005/08/10 02:21:44 $ This is a regular posting to the FreeBSD questions mailing list. If you got it in answer to a message you sent, it means that the sender thinks that

The Complete FreeBSD: errata and addenda

2006-06-02 Thread Greg Lehey
The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge computer books are out of date almost before they are printed. Unfortunately, The Complete FreeBSD, published by O'Reilly, is no exception.

RE: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

2006-06-02 Thread Danial Thom
--- Ted Mittelstaedt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Chuck Swiger Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 8:24 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

RE: phpMyAdmin problem - no Edit/Delete on Browse

2006-06-02 Thread fbsd
I use phpMyAdmin on freebsd 6.1 and it has working edit/delete on browsed rows. I did pkg_add -r for mysql5 then had to run port for php5 doing make config first to select apache module. The package version on phpmyadmin is broken because it needs some other dependant wicch is broken. Use port

RE: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

2006-06-02 Thread Danial Thom
--- Ted Mittelstaedt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Danial Thom Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 6:38 AM To: Heinrich Rebehn; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Mark
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Scott Hiemstra Sent: vrijdag 2 juni 2006 17:13 To: 'FreeBSD-Questions Questions' Subject: RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R? I run FreeBSD 4.11 stable, and I need to replace my ASUS

Re: 6.1 jumpstart issues

2006-06-02 Thread Lamont Lucas
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 04:06:21PM +0200, Erik Nørgaard wrote: Lamont Lucas wrote: Specifically, while using my old install.cfg, my new machines were not being built with a kernel. *snip* If you do not have a installCommit at the end of your install.cfg the sysinstall should fall back on

RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R?

2006-06-02 Thread Mark
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Danial Thom Sent: vrijdag 2 juni 2006 18:28 To: Scott Hiemstra; 'FreeBSD-Questions Questions' Subject: RE: Does FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE support the 8237R? --- Scott Hiemstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Error Message Upon Reboot

2006-06-02 Thread Gerard E. Seibert
The following error message suddenly appeared after I booted up my system. The PC is connected to a small LAN. I Googled but was not able to find out what the message is suppose to mean. //Error Message Below// ~ $ Jun 2 15:01:56 seibercom kernel: arp: 00:07:e9:ea:f5:52 is using my IP

Re: Error Message Upon Reboot

2006-06-02 Thread Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
On Jun 2, 2006, at 1:21 PM, Gerard E. Seibert wrote: The following error message suddenly appeared after I booted up my system. The PC is connected to a small LAN. I Googled but was not able to find out what the message is suppose to mean. //Error Message Below// ~ $ Jun 2 15:01:56

Re: Error Message Upon Reboot

2006-06-02 Thread Bill Moran
On Fri, 2 Jun 2006 15:21:13 -0400 (EDT) Gerard E. Seibert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The following error message suddenly appeared after I booted up my system. The PC is connected to a small LAN. I Googled but was not able to find out what the message is suppose to mean. //Error Message

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-06-02 Thread Pablo Mora
On 6/1/06, snnn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: A lot of these are invalid, i.e. not the correct name. Oh?which one? Probably, are you sure that is the CPU you have? I'm sure. man 5 make.conf -- Linux is for people who hate Micro$oft. BSD is for people who love Unix ...

How to get networker backup software

2006-06-02 Thread Donald Teed
Hi, Our institution uses networker for backups. We absolutely require networker client for FreeBSD. I'm astonished that it was just dropped from ports. I have a dozen or so machines where networker client is already humming along and it works well for us. I have a recently setup BSD box I

Re: 6.1 jumpstart issues

2006-06-02 Thread Erik Nørgaard
Lamont Lucas wrote: On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 04:06:21PM +0200, Erik Nørgaard wrote: If you do not have a installCommit at the end of your install.cfg the sysinstall should fall back on the normal interactive interface and you can verify that your settings have been applied. I do indeed have

Re: 6.1 jumpstart issues

2006-06-02 Thread Erik Nørgaard
Erik Nørgaard wrote: For clarity, I'm attaching my install.cfg to see if anybody can figure out why it's not installing a kernel. To work around this, I think I'm going to make a pkg of my kernel and install it along with the rest of the packages. Workarounds are ok, but I think that

Re: How to get networker backup software

2006-06-02 Thread Randy Pratt
On Fri, 2 Jun 2006 16:49:09 -0300 Donald Teed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Our institution uses networker for backups. We absolutely require networker client for FreeBSD. I'm astonished that it was just dropped from ports. I have a dozen or so machines where networker client is already

termcap vs terminfo, less, and Mac OS X

2006-06-02 Thread Walt Pawley
I've been messing about with FreeBSD lately, though mostly I use Mac OS X. I've grown accustomed to using less as a pager, generally preferring the manner in which it would make all the scrolled through crud vanish when I was done pawing about in it. But less didn't behave that way when telnet'd

Re: termcap vs terminfo, less, and Mac OS X

2006-06-02 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 02:26:07PM -0700, Walt Pawley wrote: I've been messing about with FreeBSD lately, though mostly I use Mac OS X. I've grown accustomed to using less as a pager, generally preferring the manner in which it would make all the scrolled through crud vanish when I was done

Re: R, unixodbc easysoft problems

2006-06-02 Thread vittorio
Yes, I have it ls -al /usr/compat/linux/lib/libm.so.6 lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 13 15 Mar 14:32 /usr/compat/linux/lib/libm.so.6 - libm-2.3.2.so Vittorio Alle 13:18, giovedì 01 giugno 2006, Lowell Gilbert ha scritto: Vittorio [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I installed first, from the ports,

Re: How to get networker backup software

2006-06-02 Thread Donald Teed
As far as I know, the security issues are moot. The note I remember seeing said that the default configuration was problematic. If our backup server is behind a firewall, and we always config things after installing, I can't see how the security issue is relevant enough to rip it out of ports.

Re: 6.1 jumpstart issues

2006-06-02 Thread Lamont Lucas
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 10:03:55PM +0200, Erik Nørgaard wrote: Maybe I did not make myself clear, my idea is that if you disable the installCommit you will get back to the interactive sysinstall and you can run over the menus to see if things are actually set as you want. Ah, I did not

Re: release 6.1

2006-06-02 Thread Martin Tournoy
On Wed, 31 May 2006 12:49:42 -, mehmet gogebakan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i would like to install 6.1-RELEASE to my computer , configuration is: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3 800 mhz processor azza motherboard could you please tell me whether this configuration is

IPSec, ipfw, and natd

2006-06-02 Thread Devin Heckman
Hi, I recently tried to set up a computer to act as a NAT using FreeBSD 6.1. ipfw functions as it should, as well as IPSec, but I've run into some problems when setting up the NAT. I have two computers behind it, both of which do not need to speak IPSec (and aren't configured to do so). The NAT

Sound Problem in KDE

2006-06-02 Thread Gerard E. Seibert
Upon completion of a fresh installation of KDE on FreeBSD 6.1, I have been unable to get the sound to work correctly in KDE. Upon starting up of KDE, this error message is displayed: Sound server informational message: Error while initializing the sound driver: device /dev/dsp can't be opened

Re: Filesystem corruption when drives are mirrored, but not otherwise

2006-06-02 Thread Dieter
It seems that this was caused by the (infamous) problem when softupdates and write caching are both enabled. Disabling write caching seems to have fixed the problem. Interesting. The disk write cache being on should only cause problems if the system goes down hard/unclean, e.g. power failure.

Re: Can't make wi0: work on Toshiba notebook with mini-PCI network card.

2006-06-02 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Fri, 02 Jun 2006 00:08:12 -0600 Lorin Lund [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a Toshiba Satelite Pro 6100 with a Toshiba mini-PCI wireless network card. The wireless stuff seems to be there (for as much as I know) This is a dual boot machine. When booted as Windows XP it connects and works

Re: Sound Problem in KDE

2006-06-02 Thread Duane Whitty
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 07:50:57PM -0400, Gerard E. Seibert wrote: Upon completion of a fresh installation of KDE on FreeBSD 6.1, I have been unable to get the sound to work correctly in KDE. Upon starting up of KDE, this error message is displayed: Sound server informational message:

Re: How to get networker backup software

2006-06-02 Thread Randy Pratt
On Fri, 2 Jun 2006 19:01:38 -0300 Donald Teed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As far as I know, the security issues are moot. The note I remember seeing said that the default configuration was problematic. If our backup server is behind a firewall, and we always config things after installing, I

Re: Sound Problem in KDE

2006-06-02 Thread Nicolas Blais
On Friday 02 June 2006 19:50, Gerard E. Seibert wrote: Upon completion of a fresh installation of KDE on FreeBSD 6.1, I have been unable to get the sound to work correctly in KDE. Upon starting up of KDE, this error message is displayed: Sound server informational message: Error while

http://www.freebsd.org.au/

2006-06-02 Thread talonz
Hi All, Is there some reason http://www.freebsd.org.au/ is not mirrored. I would be more than happy to host and mirror the freebsd web page in Australia. Someone should have the .au page up and running, Anything I can do to help please contact me. t a l o n z [a t] g m a i l . c o m j m c

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Building Kernel

2006-06-02 Thread Jonathan Herriott
Hi, I'm having trouble rebuilding my kernel (first time). It's actually happening in a linking stage. I tried deleting all of my /usr/src directory and using cvsup to get a fresh stable copy, but it's still wigging out. The method I am using is make buildkernel KERNCONF=MYKERNEL. Here's the

Re: Building Kernel

2006-06-02 Thread Snow
Jonathan Herriott wrote: Hi, I'm having trouble rebuilding my kernel (first time). It's actually happening in a linking stage. I tried deleting all of my /usr/src directory and using cvsup to get a fresh stable copy, but it's still wigging out. The method I am using is make buildkernel