Subject: Re: Repeated panics on a Proliant 800 biproc with 1.6D kernel and
To: Xavier HUMBERT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
Date: 07/24/2002 09:54:47
On Wed, 24 Jul 2002, Xavier HUMBERT wrote:
> 4- Started to rebuild the userland (previous hazardous experiments told
> me to do the compile in a single pass into /, to avoid lib and toolchain
Uhm, never do this. Especially if you're tracking current. Yes, you can,
but it's a very bad idea. You actually can cause problems that way. It
doesn't look like it's causing your problem here, but it's not good.
A better thing to do is build into a destdir, then build a release. You'll
get tarballs (.tgz sets), which you can then install in single-user mode.
You can do the build via:
./build.sh -D /your/DESTDIR -R /your/RELEASEDIR -U -T /your/TOOLDIR