Subject: 1.2.1 -- is it soup yet?
To: 'email@example.com' <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Graham, James <James.Graham@Schwab.COM>
Date: 04/02/1997 01:17:53
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I have a HUGE volume of mail which, due to circumstances beyond my
control, I am only able to read sporadically, and almost never
so I'm curious (forgive me if I've missed this):
Is 1.2.1 built and retrievable yet? I seem to have trashed my build
last evening because, for some reason, make did not export the MAKE
variable all the way down the tree as I would have expected. I'd rather
not simply restore 1.2 if 1.2.1 looks to be coming out of the pipe soon.
On a similar note, could someone please tell me what I did wrong?
[output deleted due to faulty memory]
starwolf 511# cd /build/usr/src/share/mk
starwolf 512# make -DBUILD DESTDIR=/build install
starwolf 513# cd /build/usr/src
starwolf 514# make -DBUILD DESTDIR=/build includes
starwolf 515# make -DBUILD DESTDIR=/\
MAKE="make DESTDIR=/build -km /build/usr/share/mk" \
beforeinstall build install afterinstall
Somewhere after 515, it decided to install into //usr/bin/[wherever]
of to /build/usr/bin/[wherever], from what I could gather of the last
screen full of output, which I can't quite remember accurately.
Now telnet and rsh fail with ENOSYS. Interestingly enough, when
I built like this a couple of months ago, libc from _then_ actually
works. Nothing else seems to fail, only programs which require
DNS lookups, from what I can tell.
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