Subject: Re: continued build problems
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
Date: 10/03/2003 21:11:01
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On Fri, Oct 03, 2003 at 01:50:44PM -0600, Rick Kelly wrote:
> Perry E. Metzger said:
> >Strange. My (very vanilla) build.sh runs are having no trouble
> I believe my problems stem from the fact that it is trying to cross-compi=
> for itself. My other -current box, running SMP kernel, built fine after I
> hand built gcc3.
> Problem box: running circa 1.6P userland and 1.6ZC kernel. Compiler is
> gcc3 built by hand (also g++3 and all need gnu libraries). The build
> system believes it is cross-compiling NetBSD.
> Other box: was running bits from 9/9/2003, pre-gcc3. I built the compiler
> by hand, and got a complete build with the only problems being some kernel
> nits in the CVS repository. Did not do the build as a cross-compile.
> Perhaps the problem box could build if I knew what the steps were for
build.sh is supposed to alway cross-build, even to same CPU.
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