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Date:      Sat, 14 Jan 2012 16:02:40 -0500
From:      "Dean E. Weimer" <>
To:        <>
Subject:   9.0 buildworld problems
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I am trying to build a test system to verify everything works on 
FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE, I started with a standard install on a VMware 
virtual machine.  I used portsnap fetch extract to install the ports 
tree, copied the /etc/make.conf and /etc/src.conf from my existing 8.2 
system onto the new test system.

Contents of /etc/make.conf:
# Use OpenSSL from ports instead of base
# Avoid Building Ports Against X
# Some Default Options From /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf
CFLAGS= -O -pipe
# Enable SMTP Authentication
SENDMAIL_CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include/sasl -DSASL
# Enable Proxy For Ports Fetch
# added by use.perl 2012-01-14 12:46:15

Contents of /etc/src.conf:

I then installed openssl, vim-lite, and cvsup-without-gui from ports, 
copied the example standard-supfile to a new location, changed the host= 
line, left the rest as default options.  Ran cvsup to download source 
tree, ran make -j16 buildworld from the /usr/src directory.

The buildworld stoped here:
===> gnu/lib/libsupc++ (install)
sh /usr/src/tools/ -C -o root -g wheel -m 444   libsupc++.a 
sh /usr/src/tools/ -C -o root -g wheel -m 444  
1 error
*** Error code 2
1 error
*** Error code 2
1 error
*** Error code 2
1 error

I cleaned everything up and retried, it died at the same spot on the 
next run as well.  I have the full output of the buildwolrd process on 
my webserver, <>;

Interestingly enough at the same time I was building this system I was 
also testing an upgrade from source option on different virtual machine 
that was made from a restore of live system, after downloading the 
FreeBSD9.0 source tree and running buildworld from usr/src against 
copies of the same make.conf and src.conf file above, it built fine and 
the install process ran successfully.  The ports have all been rebuilt, 
and I am going to try a new buildworld to see if it succeeds or fails on 
that system now that its running 9.0 instead of 8.2 when the last 
buidlworld was ran on it.


  Dean E. Weimer

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