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Old 22nd January 2009
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Did you add any extra options to /etc/mk.conf or you just copied it over to /etc and did a 'make depend'?
Also, try deleting the content of mk.conf file and put only stuff you need, there is no need for default options to be listed, and it's way clearer for reading.
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