- May 28, 2011
No way! Both of you got the same error! Me too! I submitted a ticket for it early this morning. Something is broken and it's not either of you. Others have the problem too.
No way! Both of you got the same error! Me too! I submitted a ticket for it early this morning. It has nothing to do with the build but has everything to do with the devs putting in changes with testing them out. I suspect 8196 killed it.
What was the last build number either of you completed, higher than 8196? I would help to locate the problem.
The fix has been rolled in, a fresh build will solve the problem. It was related to r8196 but it wasn't the developers fault. Looks like it was a poor porting on FreeBSD if I read the problem correctly. I'm gonna start another build in a few hours and see how it turns out.
svn co https://freenas.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/freenas/trunk cd trunk setenv FREEBSD_CVSUP_HOST cvsup10.freebsd.org sh build/do_build.sh
u mist a space between set and env
b. Type “setenv FREEBSD_CVSUP_HOST cvsup3.freebsd.org” and Enter.
[root@Virre /usr/local/freenas/trunk]# setenv FREEBSD_CVSUP_HOST=cvsup1.freebsd.org
su: setenv: command not found
[root@Virre /usr/local/freenas/trunk]# set env FREEBSD_CVSUP_HOST=cvsup1.freebsd.org
can i install the compiled freeNAS on top of a regular freebsd installation ?
extract some of the .xz
create a tbz to be installed maybe ?
thanks in advance guys !!!