OpenBSD Journal

OpenBSD moves to 3.7-beta

Contributed by grey on from the keeping things moving dept.

MotleyFool writes:

OpenBSD moves to 3.7-beta.

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  1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

    OKAY WHOOT clamav now official port pppoe in kernel and many more! time to grab a snapshot!

    1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

      great think to grab snapshot !!!

    2. By bards ( on

      Great, I just moved to bridged ethernet and out comes kernel PPPOE !

  2. By rod ( on

    Well has the build process changed ? I updated my src last night and built kernel and my little scripts that are standard then I ran make build and it blew up ( first time in 5 years that happened ). I will build again after doing a cvs update. Perhaps I will wait till beta is over ;) Ok, I know I need to log the build and report but hey it was 3 am and I saw my pillow calling me. ( <>< OpenBSD Puffy)

    1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

      You need to build using a snapshot. Can't do it from 3.6.

      1. By KK ( on

        Even from a 3.6-current snapshot (first built about a month ago, then tracking -current via CVS), I had some problems with the build process.

        One lesson I have learned -- always do a 'make clean' before updating cvs. Yeah I know, shoulda RTFM.
        I ended up running 'make -i clean', and also wiping out the complete g++ source tree and pulling a fresh copy from CVS. Nothing less was successful.

        1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

          we mean latest snapshots
          not a month ago snapshots

          but cleaning is almost necesssary too

    2. By Anonymous Coward ( on

      probably you must start from snapshot regarding to gcc3 update thing
      if your current gcc do not support thread mode : single


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