Subject: Re: Libc problem building current?
To: Chad Mynhier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 01/22/1998 15:37:08
Did you build a new kernel first?
You should _always_ build the new kernel before the userland.
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On Thu, 22 Jan 1998, Chad Mynhier wrote:
> (I'm a newbie at building using -current source, so be gentle.)
> I'm having a problem doing a 'make build' with sources supped as of
> this morning (Jan. 22). The build goes fine until after libc is
> installed. After libc gets installed, the compiler starts getting
> errors complaining about signal 12 (SIGSYS -- bad argument to system
> If I symlink libc.so and libc.so.12 back to libc.so.12.20, I can redo
> the following with no problem (this is where things started to go wrong):
> ( cd /usr/src/gnu/lib && make depend && make && make install )
> Any advice?
> Chad Mynhier