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Old 31st July 2008
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Default Unable to build custom kernel [Wrong configuration?]

I have been able to build other kernels, like when I enabled a high resolution console to fit my 1600x1200 monitor. This time, I wanted to enable the ULE scheduler. I also cut a lot of the unnecessary drivers out of my kernel. Now when building it, I get this error:


Here is my kernel configuration:


Sorry for the links, but it was too long to fit in this post.

My guess is that if I would remove the "makeoptions DEBUG=-g" line, then it would work, because it failed (line 6 on first link) at "linking kernel.debug".

Any help?

EDIT: Forgot to mention... just csup'ed my src tree, and am running 7.0-RELEASE-p3

Last edited by jrick; 31st July 2008 at 01:56 AM.
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