Subject: Re: Going from 1.2 to -current
To: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rob Windsor <email@example.com>
Date: 09/26/1997 11:47:11
Verily did Andrew Brown write:
>> When you use a -current make(1) with a 1.2.x libc, it complains about libc
>> being an older rev than it was expecting, but still performs enough to
>> rebuild make.
> it shouldn't do this, as it would have been linked with the older
> shared library. did you use a make built somewhere else somehow?
Yes. The first paragraph mentions that I used a -current make(1) and
kernel from the snapshot (or friend(7)). Bootstrapping a build of make
is nonintuitive at this point.
>> Also, a -current kernel doesn't like the old mount_mfs, which isn't a
>> big deal, your compiles just uses ffs instead of mfs for temp space
>> until you get your userland rebuilt.
> you just need to rebuild the new kernel with a whole bunch on compat
> the first time around...
I used the GENERIC kernel. What other compat_ is there?
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