buildworld (3.4) aborts during compile of

Ralf Folkerts ralf.folkerts at
Wed May 1 07:50:54 PDT 2013

Am 01.05.2013 14:44, schrieb John Marino:
> On 5/1/2013 14:39, Ralf Folkerts wrote:
>> Am 01.05.2013 14:28, schrieb John Marino:
>> Hi John,
>> had this is the first post (well, WANTED to put it in might be more
>> correct I think) ;)
>> # cat /etc/make.conf
>> CPUTYPE?=athlon64
>> CFLAGS= -O2 -pipe
>> (I also tried with -O instead of -O2).
> Hi Ralf,
> I see two potential problems with that.
> 1) world (or at least kernel) is supposed to be build with -O.  This
> is handled by and you don't need to put it there yourself.
> 2) Don't define CPU type, it's nothing but trouble.
> Why don't you comment both of those out and add "DEBUG_FLAGS= -g"
> (because that's a good idea in general).
> Then try building again ("make buildworld"). 

Hi John,

thank you very much; that did work! Ran into a "too many filenames
given" Error during buildkernel, but the Thread I found before I sent my
first post also contained a solution; I did have a /include. Moved that
away - and buildkernel ran fine.

I should put a comment into make.conf not to use cputype...

Thanks again!

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