custom kernel

  1. zamon

    Solved Stuck in "Loading kernel modules" after build custom kernel

    Hello all, it's 4 days since I trying to make custom kernel and fail with stuck in 'loading kernel modules' (no message just stuck in there). Because I'm curios why this happen, so I try to build another custom kernel without any modification at all, just copy paste the GENERIC as new file...
  2. M

    Where are all these ko files coming from?

    I built a custom kernel stripping every device entry I didn't find relevant in a copy of the GENERIC conf file. From uname -a, it seems my custom kernel loaded, but in the /boot/kernel directory there are still a gazillion ko files. I thought there was a one to one relationship between these and...
  3. B

    Issues on Sony PCG-C1VN

    Hello, A bit of introduction: as most FreeBSD beginner users (I suppose), I come from Linux. I want to run FreeBSD on a Sony PCG-C1VN laptop as stated in the thread name, and it is pretty ancient. This is a side project for myself, I want a fun old painful to use portable terminal running...
  4. MrRichBOB

    Another BCM4322 (FreeBSD 12)

    I would like to apologise in advance, if this is straight-forward, and/or answered elsewhere on the forum--I have tried for the past few hours to look hard before I dared ask any questions, and I combed through the WiFi section of the Handbook, etc. Basically, in short, I am using an EliteBook...
  5. syed.khalid

    Kernel Address Sanitizer for FreeBSD kernel

    Is it possible to compile FreeBSD kernel with Kernel Address Sanitizer?
  6. T

    RPi3B+ kernel config file

    I have attached a custom kernel config file for the RPi3B+ with debugging disabled. Debugging options are commented out so can be re-enabled if necessary. Kernel size is 9.9MB. NOTES: 1. Only FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT supports the RPi3B+ and CURRENT is generally not supported on these forums...
  7. poorandunlucky

    Solved What's the advantages to building your own kernel, and/or the OS from source?

    So... what's the advantages to building your own kernel, and/or the OS from source? Since I've built everything else... I think there's a guide to building your kernel somewhere, but I don't know if it's still up to date/recommendable...