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I am seeing something funny when building i386 release. This is what
caught my eye:

===> Successful make release
--- obj ---
===> Kernel copy:      
./ cannot create 
/home/lars/tmp/current-release/i386/binary/kernel/netbsd-GENERIC.gz: permission 
===> ended:   Sat Jun  7 00:33:16 CEST 2008


Looking closer I see this:

===> lars@laphroaig:~/tmp/current-release/iso %ll 
-r--r--r--  1 lars  staff  2953406 Jun  7 00:32 
-rw-r--r--  1 lars  staff  4388286 Jun  7
00:31 /home/lars/tmp/current-release/i386/binary/kernel/netbsd-XEN2_DOM0.gz

It appears that most of the i386 kernels have a read-only chmodness.

Is it my setup or is it intentional? Anyone else see this?

This is the command I am using:

./ -j 2 -m i386 -T /home/lars/tmp/current-tools_NetBSD-i386 -O 
/home/lars/tmp/current-obj_i386 -D /home/lars/tmp/current-dest_i386 -R 
/home/lars/tmp/current-release -u -U release releasekernel=GENERIC

Best regards,
        Lars Nordlund

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