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MAKE.CONF(5) FreeBSD File Formats Manual MAKE.CONF(5)

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[править] NAME

    make.conf -- system build information

[править] DESCRIPTION

The file make.conf contains system-wide settings that will apply to every build using make(1) and the standard sys.mk file. This is achieved as follows: make(1) processes the system makefile sys.mk before any other file by default, and sys.mk includes make.conf.

The file make.conf uses the standard makefile syntax. However, make.conf should not specify any dependencies to make(1). Instead, make.conf is to set make(1) variables that control the actions of other makefiles.

The default location of make.conf is /etc/make.conf, though an alternative location can be specified in the make(1) variable __MAKE_CONF. You may need to override the location of make.conf if the system-wide settings are not suitable for a particular build. For instance, setting __MAKE_CONF to /dev/null effectively resets all build controls to their defaults.

The primary purpose of make.conf is to control the compilation of the FreeBSD sources, documentation, and ported applications, which are usually found in /usr/src, /usr/doc, and /usr/ports. As a rule, the system administrator creates make.conf when the values of certain control variables need to be changed from their defaults.

    The system build procedures occur in four broad areas: the world, the
    kernel, documentation and ports.  Variables set in make.conf may be
    applicable in one, two, or all four of these areas.  In addition, control
    variables can be specified for a particular build via the -D option of
    make(1) or in environ(7).

The following lists provide a name and short description for each variable you can use during the indicated builds. The values of variables

    flagged as bool are ignored; the variable being set at all (even to
    ``FALSE or ``NO) causes it to be treated as if it were set.
    The following list provides a name and short description for variables
    that are used for all builds, or are used by the makefiles for things
    other than builds.
ALWAYS_CHECK_MAKE
                  (bool) Instructs the top-level makefile in the source tree
                  (normally /usr/src) to always check if make(1) is up-to-
                  date.  Normally this is only done for the world and build-
                  world targets to handle upgrades from older versions of
                  FreeBSD.
CFLAGS
       (str) Controls the compiler setting when compiling C code.
                  Optimization levels other than -O and -O2 are not sup-
                  ported.  BDECFLAGS is provided as a set of gcc(1) settings
                  suggested by Bruce Evans <bde@FreeBSD.org> for developing
                  and testing changes.  They can be used, if set, by:
                        CFLAGS+=${BDECFLAGS}
CPUTYPE
      (str) Controls which processor should be targeted for gen-
                  erated code.  This controls processor-specific optimiza-
                  tions in certain code (currently only OpenSSL) as well as
                  modifying the value of CFLAGS and COPTFLAGS to contain the
                  appropriate optimization directive to gcc(1).  The auto-
                  matic setting of CFLAGS and COPTFLAGS may be overridden
                  using the NO_CPU_CFLAGS and NO_CPU_COPTFLAGS variables,
                  respectively.  Refer to /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf
                  for a list of recognized CPUTYPE options.
    CVS_UPDATE    (bool) Set this to use cvs(1) to update your src, ports and
                  doc trees with ``make update.
    CXXFLAGS      (str) Controls the compiler settings when compiling C++
                  code.  CXXFLAGS is initially set to the value of CFLAGS.
                  If you want to add to the CXXFLAGS value, use ``+=
                  instead of ``=.
    DOCSUPFILE    (str) The documentation supfile to use when doing a ``make
                  update.  For example,
                  /usr/share/examples/cvsup/doc-supfile.
    INSTALL       (str) the default install command.  To install only files
                  for which the target differs or does not exist, use
                        INSTALL="install -C"
                  Note that some makefiles (including those in /usr/share/mk)
                  may hardcode options for the supplied install command.
    LOCAL_DIRS    (str) List any directories that should be entered when
                  doing make's in /usr/src in this variable.
    MAKE_SHELL    (str) Controls the shell used internally by make(1) to
                  process the command scripts in makefiles.  sh(1), ksh(1),
                  and csh(1) all currently supported.
                        MAKE_SHELL?=sh
    MTREE_FOLLOWS_SYMLINKS
                  (str) Set this to ``-L to cause mtree(8) to follow sym-
                  links.
    NO_CPU_CFLAGS
                  (str) Setting this variable will prevent CPU specific com-
                  piler flags from being automatically added to CFLAGS during
                  compile time.
    NO_CPU_COPTFLAGS
                  (str) Setting this variable will prevent CPU specific com-
                  piler flags from being automatically added to COPTFLAGS
                  during compile time.
    NO_DOCUPDATE  (bool) Set this to not update the doc tree during ``make
                  update.
    NO_PORTSUPDATE
                  (bool) Set this to not update the ports tree during ``make
                  update.
    NO_WWWUPDATE  (bool) Set this to not update the www tree during ``make
                  update.
    PORTSSUPFILE  (str) The ports supfile to use when doing a ``make
                  update.  For example,
                  /usr/share/examples/cvsup/ports-supfile.
    SUP           (str) The location of the csup(1) or cvsup(1) command for
                  ``make update.
    SUPFILE       (str) The first supfile to use when doing a ``make
                  update.  For example,
                  /usr/share/examples/cvsup/standard-supfile.
    SUPFILE1      (str) The second supfile to use when doing a ``make
                  update.
    SUPFILE2      (str) The third supfile to use when doing a ``make
                  update.
    SUPFLAGS      (str) The flag for the sup(1) command when doing ``make
                  update.  This defaults to [-g -L 2].
    SUPHOST       (str) The hostname of the sup server to use when doing
                  ``make update.
    SUP_UPDATE    (bool) Set this to use cvsup(1) to update your src, ports,
                  doc and www trees with ``make update.
    SVN_UPDATE    (bool) Set this to use svn(1) to update your src tree with
                  ``make update.  Note that since a subversion client is
                  not included in the base system, you will need to set SVN
                  to the full path of a svn(1) binary.
    WWWSUPFILE    (str) The www supfile to use when doing a ``make update.
                  For example, /usr/share/examples/cvsup/www-supfile.

[править] BUILDING THE KERNEL

    The following list provides a name and short description for variables
    that are only used doing a kernel build:
    BOOTWAIT      (int) Controls the amount of time the kernel waits for a
                  console keypress before booting the default kernel.  The
                  value is approximately milliseconds.  Keypresses are
                  accepted by the BIOS before booting from disk, making it
                  possible to give custom boot parameters even when this is
                  set to 0.
    COPTFLAGS     (str) Controls the compiler settings when building the ker-
                  nel.  Optimization levels above [-O (-O2, ...)] are not
                  guaranteed to work.
    KERNCONF      (str) Controls which kernel configurations will be built by
                  ``${MAKE} buildkernel and installed by ``${MAKE}
                  installkernel.  For example,
                        KERNCONF=MINE DEBUG GENERIC OTHERMACHINE
                  will build the kernels specified by the config files MINE,
                  DEBUG, GENERIC, and OTHERMACHINE, and install the kernel
                  specified by the config file MINE.  It defaults to GENERIC.
    MODULES_OVERRIDE
                  (str) Set to a list of modules to build instead of all of
                  them.
    NO_KERNELCLEAN
                  (bool) Set this to skip running ``${MAKE} clean during
                  ``${MAKE} buildkernel.
    NO_KERNELCONFIG
                  (bool) Set this to skip running config(8) during ``${MAKE}
                  buildkernel.
    NO_KERNELDEPEND
                  (bool) Set this to skip running ``${MAKE} depend during
                  ``${MAKE} buildkernel.
    NO_KERNELOBJ  (bool) Set this to skip running ``${MAKE} obj during
                  ``${MAKE} buildkernel.
    NO_MODULES    (bool) Set to not build modules with the kernel.
    PORTS_MODULES
                  Set this to the list of ports you wish to rebuild every
                  time the kernel is built.
    WITHOUT_MODULES
                  (str) Set to a list of modules to exclude from the build.
                  This provides a somewhat easier way to exclude modules you
                  are certain you will never need than specifying
                  MODULES_OVERRIDE.  This is applied after MODULES_OVERRIDE.

[править] BUILDING THE WORLD

    The following list provides a name and short description for variables
    that are used during the world build:
    BOOT_COMCONSOLE_PORT
                  (str) The port address to use for the console if the boot
                  blocks have been configured to use a serial console instead
                  of the keyboard/video card.
    BOOT_COMCONSOLE_SPEED
                  (int) The baud rate to use for the console if the boot
                  blocks have been configured to use a serial console instead
                  of the keyboard/video card.
    BOOT_PXELDR_ALWAYS_SERIAL
                  (bool) Compile in the code into pxeboot(8) that forces the
                  use of a serial console.  This is analogous to the -h
                  option in boot(8) blocks.
    BOOT_PXELDR_PROBE_KEYBOARD
                  (bool) Compile in the code into pxeboot(8) that probes the
                  keyboard.  If no keyboard is found, boot with the dual con-
                  sole configuration.  This is analogous to the -D option in
                  boot(8) blocks.
    ENABLE_SUID_K5SU
                  (bool) Set this if you wish to use the ksu utility.  Other-
                  wise, it will be installed without the set-user-ID bit set.
    ENABLE_SUID_NEWGRP
                  (bool) Set this to install newgrp(1) with the set-user-ID
                  bit set.  Otherwise, newgrp(1) will not be able to change
                  users' groups.
    ENABLE_SUID_SSH
                  (bool) Set this to install ssh(1) with the set-user-ID bit
                  turned on.
    LOADER_TFTP_SUPPORT
                  (bool) By default the pxeboot(8) loader retrieves the ker-
                  nel via NFS.  Defining this and recompiling
                  /usr/src/sys/boot will cause it to retrieve the kernel via
                  TFTP.  This allows pxeboot(8) to load a custom BOOTP disk-
                  less kernel yet still mount the server's / rather than load
                  the server's kernel.
    LOADER_FIREWIRE_SUPPORT
                  (bool) Defining this and recompiling /usr/src/sys/boot/i386
                  will add dcons(4) console driver to loader(8) and allow
                  access over FireWire(IEEE1394) using dconschat(8).  Cur-
                  rently, only i386 and amd64 are supported.
    MALLOC_PRODUCTION
                  (bool) Set this to disable assertions and statistics gath-
                  ering in malloc(3).  It also defaults the A and J runtime
                  options to off.  Disabled by default on -CURRENT.
    MODULES_WITH_WORLD
                  (bool) Set to build modules with the system instead of the
                  kernel.
    NO_CLEAN      (bool) Set this to disable cleaning during ``make
                  buildworld.  This should not be set unless you know what
                  you are doing.
    NO_CLEANDIR   (bool) Set this to run ``${MAKE} clean instead of
                  ``${MAKE} cleandir.
    NO_MANCOMPRESS
                  (bool) Set to install manual pages uncompressed.
    NO_SHARE      (bool) Set to not build in the share subdir.
    NO_SHARED     (bool) Set to build /bin and /sbin statically linked, this
                  can be bad.  If set, every utility that uses bsd.prog.mk
                  will be linked statically.
    PPP_NO_NAT    (bool) Build ppp(8) without support for network address
                  translation (NAT).
    PPP_NO_NETGRAPH
                  (bool) Set to build ppp(8) without support for Netgraph.
    PPP_NO_RADIUS
                  (bool) Set to build ppp(8) without support for RADIUS.
    PPP_NO_SUID   (bool) Set to disable the installation of ppp(8) as a set-
                  user-ID root program.
    SENDMAIL_ADDITIONAL_MC
                  (str) Additional .mc files which should be built into .cf
                  files at build time.  The value should include the full
                  path to the .mc file(s), e.g., /etc/mail/foo.mc
                  /etc/mail/bar.mc.
    SENDMAIL_ALIASES
                  (str) List of aliases(5) files to rebuild when using
                  /etc/mail/Makefile.  The default value is
                  /etc/mail/aliases.
    SENDMAIL_CFLAGS
                  (str) Flags to pass to the compile command when building
                  sendmail(8).  The SENDMAIL_* flags can be used to provide
                  SASL support with setting such as:
                        SENDMAIL_CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include -DSASL
                        SENDMAIL_LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib
                        SENDMAIL_LDADD=-lsasl
    SENDMAIL_CF_DIR
                  (str) Override the default location for the m4(1) configu-
                  ration files used to build a .cf file from a .mc file.
    SENDMAIL_DPADD
                  (str) Extra dependencies to add when building sendmail(8).
    SENDMAIL_LDADD
                  (str) Flags to add to the end of the ld(1) command when
                  building sendmail(8).
    SENDMAIL_LDFLAGS
                  (str) Flags to pass to the ld(1) command when building
                  sendmail(8).
    SENDMAIL_M4_FLAGS
                  (str) Flags passed to m4(1) when building a .cf file from a
                  .mc file.
    SENDMAIL_MAP_PERMS
                  (str) Mode to use when generating alias and map database
                  files using /etc/mail/Makefile.  The default value is 0640.
    SENDMAIL_MAP_SRC
                  (str) Additional maps to rebuild when using
                  /etc/mail/Makefile.  The access, bitdomain, domaintable,
                  genericstable, mailertable, uucpdomain, and virtusertable
                  maps are always rebuilt if they exist.
    SENDMAIL_MAP_TYPE
                  (str) Database map type to use when generating map database
                  files using /etc/mail/Makefile.  The default value is hash.
                  The alternative is btree.
    SENDMAIL_MC   (str) The default m4(1) configuration file to use at
                  install time.  The value should include the full path to
                  the .mc file, e.g., /etc/mail/myconfig.mc.  Use with cau-
                  tion as a make install will overwrite any existing
                  /etc/mail/sendmail.cf.  Note that SENDMAIL_CF is now depre-
                  cated.
    SENDMAIL_SET_USER_ID
                  (bool) If set, install sendmail(8) as a set-user-ID root
                  binary instead of a set-group-ID binary and do not install
                  /etc/mail/submit.{cf,mc}.  Use of this flag is not recom-
                  mended and the alternative advice in /etc/mail/README
                  should be followed instead if at all possible.
    SENDMAIL_START_SCRIPT
                  (str) The script used by /etc/mail/Makefile to start, stop,
                  and restart sendmail(8).  The default value is
                  /etc/rc.sendmail.  This value should match the
                  ``mta_start_script setting in rc.conf(5).
    SENDMAIL_SUBMIT_MC
                  (str) The default m4(1) configuration file for mail submis-
                  sion to use at install time.  The value should include the
                  full path to the .mc file, e.g., /etc/mail/mysubmit.mc.
                  Use with caution as a make install will overwrite any
                  existing /etc/mail/submit.cf.
    TOP_TABLE_SIZE
                  (int) top(1) uses a hash table for the user names.  The
                  size of this hash can be tuned to match the number of local
                  users.  The table size should be a prime number approxi-
                  mately twice as large as the number of lines in
                  /etc/passwd.  The default number is 20011.
    WANT_FORCE_OPTIMIZATION_DOWNGRADE
                  (int) Causes the system compiler to be built such that it
                  forces high optimization levels to a lower one.  gcc(1) -O2
                  and above is known to trigger known optimizer bugs at vari-
                  ous times.  The value assigned is the highest optimization
                  value used.

[править] BUILDING DOCUMENTATION

    The following list provides a name and short description for variables
    that are used when building documentation.
    DISTDIR        (str) Where distfiles are kept.  Normally, this is
                   distfiles in PORTSDIR.
    DOC_LANG       (str) The list of languages and encodings to build and
                   install.
    PRINTERDEVICE  (str) The default format for system documentation, depends
                   on your printer.  This can be set to ``ascii for simple
                   printers, or ``ps for postscript or graphics printers
                   with a ghostscript filter, or both.

[править] FILES

    /etc/make.conf
    /usr/doc/Makefile
    /usr/ports/Makefile
    /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf
    /usr/share/mk/sys.mk
    /usr/src/Makefile
    /usr/src/Makefile.inc1

[править] SEE ALSO

gcc(1) • install(1) • make(1) • src.conf(5) • environ(7) • ports(7) • sendmail(8)

[править] HISTORY

    The make.conf file appeared sometime before FreeBSD 4.0.

[править] AUTHORS

    This manual page was written by Mike W. Meyer <mwm@mired.org>.

[править] CAVEATS

    Note, that MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX and MAKEOBJDIR are environment variables and
    should not be set in make.conf but in make's environment.

[править] BUGS

    This manual page may occasionally be out of date with respect to the
    options currently available for use in make.conf.  Please check the
    /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf file for the latest options which are
    available.

FreeBSD 9.0 December 11, 2011 FreeBSD 9.0

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