Subject: Q: Recompiling All src tree
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From: Danny Lepage <poutine@M3iSystems.QC.CA>
Date: 11/23/1994 10:51:17
Hi fellow NetBSDer,
is there a way to 'safely' recompile all the source tree with NetBSD ?
I figured that since I have all the src uptodate with NetBSD-1.0 (release),
I might just recompile all the src instead of getting the distribution. So,
I went into /usr/src, and 'make build'. The libs compiled just fine,
but when it began to build the binaries, make stoped because of errors
with nroff (something like nroff -> groff unknown error 3xxxxxxx). Now,
it seems that every bins not statically linked give me this error
(install is one of them). By the way, I did recompile my own kernel before
I tryed to build the user space (in case this matters).
Does somebody have an idea of what I'm doing wrong ??
Is there a safe way to update NetBSD from the source tree ??
Any help would be greatly appreciated.