Subject: Re: Using build.sh, a question
To: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Buhrow <email@example.com>
Date: 05/22/2003 11:05:49
Hi Luke. the problem I've run into is that the build process can't
build the rescue directory or the floppies, which are both crunched binary
sets, because rcorder, chown and chgrp are unbuilt at the time they're
called upon. My hackish fix was to comment those programs out of
/usr/src/rescue/list, at which point, all built. However, this is not the
correct fix, and this has been broken for at least two weeks. You are
correct that I should not use -e with the build.sh script, since I'm sure I
know less about the tool chain than you do. So, is anyone else seeing this
problem and, if so, do they have a fix?
On May 22, 12:04pm, Luke Mewburn wrote:
} Subject: Re: Using build.sh, a question
} On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 10:29:57PM +0200, Martin Husemann wrote:
} | On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 11:55:26AM -0700, Brian Buhrow wrote:
} | > #cd /usr/src
} | > #./build.sh -O /usr/obj -M /usr/obj -D /var/tmp/netbsd release >& build.log
} | ..
} | > Is this a reasonable way to build NetBSD, or is there some other process I
} | > should be using?
} It's not necessary to use both -O and -M; pick one or the other.
} (I personally prefer -M).
} | Yes, this sounds fine. I would probably add a -R to set the release dir
} | (since you are building a release).
} -R is not necessary since I made build.sh provide a default DESTDIR
} and RELEASEDIR unless you're using -E (which I don't recommend;
} only people who know more about the toolchain than I should use it,
} and they know who they are, and they can support themselves ;-)
} | > And, is anyone else seeing this problem?
} I haven't tested a full i386 build release in the last couple of days,
} but I'll update my sources and fire one off.
} For what it's worth, src/BUILDING has good, simple, functional, and
} working examples of how to use build.sh ...
>-- End of excerpt from Luke Mewburn