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Old 27th August 2008
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Default 7.0-STABLE -> 7.1-PRERELEASE Problems


Today I decided to upgrade my FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE (about 2 months old) to FreeBSD 7.1-PRERELEASE.

The whole build/install process goes well, but I end up with a non-working C compiler, and it has now happened twice in a row (I had to borrow another BSD 7 system's C compiler for the second try).

The affected (non-functioning) files appear to be


(replacing these with another system's binaries gives me a working C compiler anyway)

Has anyone else tried to compile and run FreeBSD 7.1-PRERELEASE (the standard 32-bits version from csup) today or _very_ recently and encountered problems like these? The error cc produces on execution is 'Abort Trap 6', by the way.

Note: I did clear /usr/obj between the first build and the second, but not a make clean in /usr/src. Trying that now for the third build.

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