Subject: Re: Building userland fails in bin/pax
To: NetBSD-current-users <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matthias Redlich <email@example.com>
Date: 03/02/2003 23:58:57
Am Sam, 2003-03-01 um 18.29 schrieb Matthias Redlich:
> Hi folks,
> I wanted to install NetBSD-current yesterday. After updating my sources
> I succesfully did the following steps: './build.sh tools','./build.sh
> kernel=<MYKERNEL>', replaced /netbsd with the new kernel, rebooted.
> Then I wanted to build the new userland. I tried './build.sh -u -D "" -T
> /usr/tools -M /usr/obj distribution' (DESTDIR is an empty string because
> I want to replace my old system). It stopped with the following error:
> <installing stuff from /usr/src/bin..>
> install ==> bin/pax
> /usr/src//bin/tar -> /usr/src//bin/pax
> *** Error code 1
> nbmake: stopped in /usr/src/bin/pax/obj
> <leaving dirs..>
> /usr/src/bin/tar does not exist.
> I do not know what to do because I have no real error message (just
> Error code 1). Does anybody know this problem? How could I get more
> I have already searched the ml archives, but I have only found some
> information that tar was replaced by pax or something like that.
> I tried on NetBSD 1.6, i386 with sources from yesterday.
> Thanks in advance,
I upgraded my sources today and tried to recompile everything again. But
I still got this error.
Has anybody a hint for me, please?