Subject: make kernel question
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: noud de brouwer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/03/1997 16:44:27
NetAtalk sounded so attractive to me,
so i grabbed the sys.tar.gz from current,
unpacked in a 1.2.1 NetBSD /usr/src creating sys.
then i'd need to do 'config GENERIC', but get:
GENERIC:5: cannot open arch/mac68k/conf/std.mac68k for reading: No such file or
GENERIC:6: cannot open arch/i386/conf/std.i386 for reading: No such file or dire
so i read some mail, got the current share/mk:
cd share/mk ; make install
193# make install
make: don't know how to make .MADE. Stop
isn't current's sys.tar.gz supposed to install in /usr/src/??
shouldn't a current sys and mk be able to make themselfs on a 1.2.1 machine?
wait till the next current sys.tar.gz cause recent changes?