Subject: Re: build.sh installing of etc wished for...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Stefan_Kr=FCger?= <email@example.com>
Date: 07/29/2004 17:59:36
Barry Bouwsma wrote:
> [keep replies on the list, not to me, to avoid bounces, thanks.
> I'll catch up later from the archives]
> Is there a `build.sh' target that I can use, similar to `install=foo',
> which will not only install everying that `install=' does, but also
> the `etc' goodies?
IIRC no, you can either use ./build.sh [...] sets (this will create,
among others, etc.tar.gz) or make DESTDIR=/your_destdir distribution in
/usr/src/etc, though I honestly don't know if this will work
> If not, what is the recommended way to install everything to a virginal
> brand-new installation after a distribution build? Ideally without
> a `release' build that seems to cause me problems with too many kernels.
I'd create sets and use them...
> (This is for a crossbuild, and as noted, a first-time install, so I
> have no pre-existing /DESTDIR/etc to worry about wiping out, but I
> sure would like to have it installed. I've hacked the maketars file
> to do what I want successfully, but I'd rather have a Real Solution.)
> barry bouwsma
hope this helps,