Subject: Re: Building in domestic?
To: William O Ferry <>
From: Aidan Cully <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/19/1999 14:48:33
On Sat, Sep 18, 1999 at 07:19:09PM -0700, William O Ferry wrote:
> 	I would like to build in the domestic source tree to rebuild the
> kerberized apps that were replaced in my last upgrade.  In the past I could
> simply go into domestic and build it just like the /usr/src tree.  Now there
> is no Makefile in domestic or domestic/usr.bin, etc., though it seems that
> all of the old source directories are still there.
> 	So is there a new process to building these things, or is domestic
> just broken right now?  I know I've seen talk about cryptosrc-us, but when I
> do a new sup it still seems to call itself domestic.  My supfile does match
> the latest share/examples/supfile/
> 	Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks in advance.

Build outside of domestic.  You may have to add CRYPTOBASE = domestic to
your /etc/mk.conf.