Subject: Re: Build stalls at tools/texinfo (now on to XFree-4.4)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Garry Roseman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2004 08:54:51
On Sunday 22 February 2004 10:25 pm, walt wrote:
> I don't know if enami's suggestion helped you or not. By the time I saw
> his response I had already solved the problem by deleting /bin/ksh and
> symlinking it to /usr/pkg/bin/bash and the whole thing compiled normally.
> The original problem with ksh has been fixed already, so if you can get
> as far as I did and update the sources again it will all work.
> Except for the new problem with make, of course ;0) You need to use
> vers 1.86 of /usr/src/usr.bin/make/var.c to avoid the latest bug.
I linked ksh to bash and rolled back usr.bin/make/var.c to version 1.86
and was able to build world and a new kernel with no problems.
Thank you for your help. I switched to Net from Free for just the sort of
level-headedness that we all find on this list.
The next challenge in bringing up NetBSD-current on the VIA EPIA
CL10000 mini-itx board is to get XFree86-4.4-RC3 running with the
patches from Thomas Hellstrom <http://www.shipmail.org/~thomas/via/>
If anyone has advice on installing XFree 126.96.36.1993 (4.4-RC3) from
the X source distribution please let me know. I've heard that this
should be "straight-forward".