1. A

    "sh: libalias: Permission denied"

    make buildkernel fails with error saying libalias: permission denied and [modules-all] Error code 126. libalias module is loaded.
  2. Andreas Strauch

    How to get to base.txz for my BeagleBone?

    I have tried to google and forum-search all of last weekend to solve the following problem: Where do I get base.txz and kernel.txz for my BeagleBone Black? Specifically, I want to setup some jails on my BBB, but for that I need the DISTRIBUTION files... root@beaglebone:~ # ezjail-admin install...
  3. R

    ERROR: ctfconvert: accf_http.o doesn't have type data to conver

    BSDians, I am newbie starting my FreeBSD development, actually starting to learn FreeBSD kernel development. I am trying to first compile the existing running kernel to get to know the feeling of kernel compilation (of course with some modifications like omitting floppy drive support). After...
  4. R

    Solved Orange Pi Zero image build via Crochet buildkernel fail (missing software)

    Hi, While waiting for my Orange Pi Zero to arrive I decided to get a Freebsd sd card image for it. This board is not officially listed in Crochet however my first attempt to build a "OrangePi-Plus2E" image failed as well as the patched up Orange Pi Zero profile I made, same error while...
  5. DiscmanDaemon

    BSD on Qualcomm Snapdragon

    Hello all, I am attempting to compile the BSD kernel for the ARM architecture Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SOC. This in theory should be trivial since its a supported SOC: However, my attempts so far have failed to boot. I suspect the reason is that this...
  6. M

    Solved What is ctfmerge and why is it preventing me from building a kernel?

    See initial thread: unable-to-buildkernel-and-other-odd-behavior.54613. I don't mean to create duplicates, but this seems like it should be a separate topic. The machine I'm using has an AMD Phenom II Quad Core with 16 GB of RAM and a 6 TB ZFS pool. FreeBSD 8.x-RELEASE was initially installed...
  7. M

    Solved Unable to buildkernel and other odd behavior

    When I was upgrading from 10.1-RELEASE to 10.2-RELEASE through a normal binary update with freebsd-update -r 10.2-RELEASE, I got a few errors about no files existing: /usr/sbin/freebsd-update: cannot open files/.gz: No such file or directory I followed this solution, by updating the src, the...