Subject: Re: xosview problem
To: Alistair Crooks <email@example.com>
From: Brad Salai <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/13/1998 04:18:52
> Hi Brad,
> OK, I've had a further look at the patches that were submitted. As
> you've probably guessed by now, patch.ac is a crock, and should be
> The diff he gives for the Makefile is aesthetically, morally, and
> legally flawed - gratuitous inclusion of /etc/mk.conf is frowned upon by
> Trying to compile xosview with his diffs in, but without UVM defined, is
> giving me some serious errors - MAXLOGNAME undefined etc, when compiling
> netbsd/kernel.cc. That's indefensible.
> I'll try to sort things out a bit further, and forward you what I think
> any diffs should look like. But it probably won't be today - I'm off for
> a few hours right now.
> Hope this helps,
Whenever, I'm not in a hurry.
When I was working on getting top running, I put UVM=1 in /etc/mk.conf and `
didn't have to change anything else, once I got the libs and included up to
date. Is mk.conf a kludge?
Thanks for the help.