Subject: order of compiling/variables for -current
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Mark Willey <email@example.com>
Date: 03/01/1995 10:18:15
Sorry to ask, as I know my first question has been covered:
I *thought* I had the sequence down, but could someone mail me an order in
which tom compile different things and "what to type" to go from 1.0 or old
current to -current?
Secondly, I have my 1.0 on wd0a,e (/,/usr) and -current on wd1a,e
(/oroot,/oroot/usr) I want to compile using /oroot/usr/include and put the
results in /oroot/usr. I am using DESTDIR=/oroot and that seems to do the
target thing, but how to make the Makefiles use /oroot/usr/bin/as and
/oroot/usr/include? Is there a nice variable like DESTDIR? I'd like it to
totally ignore my / and just do everything from /oroot.
Maybe I should make a chroot-/oroot shell??? ;-)
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firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Willey