On Thu, 29 Aug 1996, Jason Parsons wrote:
> Hello. I am running FreeBSD 2.1.5 from the Walnut Creek CDROM. There
> seems to be a problem with the ports collection. I su to root and mount
> the CD drive, go to the directory of the port I want to install (most
> recently was /usr/ports/emulators/wine/) and type make install. The
> installation process starts. When it gets down near the end, it says
> something like "installing for programname". Then my computer restarts
> itself. Is there a bug in cc or in the makefiles somewhere? Or is this
> a problem with some setup? I have no idea where to even start. Thanks
> for any insight.
It depends on what happens when it starts the install. I haven't
installed this port so I don't know if it's trying to start wine or what.
It's possible that you have some defective RAM that starting the wine
install happens to find. That is a busy part of the install and it may be
working some piece of hardware the wrong way (RAM or processor cache).
Doug White | University of Oregon
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