Subject: Re: dealing with /opt
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From: Hubert Feyrer <Hubert.Feyrer@rz.uni-regensburg.de>
Date: 09/18/1994 18:25:27
> I am new at this netbsd stuff. I have it working fine and X11 runs
> great! Yeah! But I don't understand how to deal with this /opt stuff
If you don't like /opt, do a "ln -s /usr/local /opt" and forget about it until
all programs are re-compiled to use /usr/local.
> I downloaded emacs gcc fvwm and bash. All of wish want to place themselves
> in the /opt directory. I put everything in /usr/opt. So how do I
There are install-docs for each of the mentioned programs, if I remember right.
If they insist on putting the stuff into /opt, do so.
> get everything installed and running right. I tried the ./../install/Install
> and i always get some sort of errors. Gcc says it can't find man. I know
Hu? Since when does gcc invoke man???
> I'm making this sound vague but I just need to know how to deal with the
> /opt. Do I rename /usr to /opt? And were do I get all the includes for
No! As mentioned above, best thing right now is to nuke /opt, link it to
/usr/local, and install the packages again.
> programming, like stdio.h and stdlib.h and et al? thanks for any help.
Install the "comp"-package.
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