Subject: Re: So...about this uuchk.1 problem...
To: Nigel Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Martin Weber <Ephaeton@gmx.net>
Date: 11/09/2001 12:20:42
On Fri, Nov 09, 2001 at 12:09:55PM +0100, Ingolf Steinbach wrote:
> Hi, Nigel.
> On Fri, Nov 09, 2001 at 04:45:07AM +0000, Nigel Reed wrote:
> > Since nobody seems to know what is causing the problem, can someone
> > offer some solutions?
> > I've
> > 1) done a cvs update -dP
> I assume that during the update, no file was marked with
> "M filename" (i.e. the file is locally modified).
> You could now try something like (in csh)
> % cvs status | & grep '^? '
> in /usr/src to see if there are any files not under version
> control. Then decide for each file in the output if you
> really want to keep it.
No no, I stumble over the same thing (after setting MKLINT to 'no',
see my previous post on this list) without having any modified version,
I wiped my whole source tree and did a checkout this morning (after I
got CVS update message from the whatever-changes mailinglist ;)
I'm currently trying to compile stuff with MKMAN, MKINFO, MKDOC and
MKLINT set to no in /etc/mk.conf while using the new tools, and it
seems to work so far - although it's very disappointing to not have
all the man pages in my newroot dir (DESTDIR).