Subject: Re: Userland Installation
To: Daniel Bolgheroni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Scott <email@example.com>
Date: 08/02/2004 11:52:52
On Mon, 2 Aug 2004 11:16:02 +0000, Daniel Bolgheroni
> I'm trying to install a new userland I built from source, but I have
> some questions. This is what I've done:
> # ./build.sh -D /usr/netbsd distribution
> # ./build.sh -u tools kernel=GOLLUM
> (Rebooted, now with the kernel generated with GOLLUM configuration
> # ./build.sh -D /usr/netbsd -U install=/
> Is this the correct way to install the userland? I'm not sure. For
> example, I get "NetBSD 1.6.1" at the end of a "man ls". Also, I can't
> run "etcupdate -s /usr/pkgsrc-20040729/etc" (my SRCDIR) because of an
> old "make", as I saw as an answer for the question made 2004/07/29 by
> Chris Scott. How do I know the new userland was installed correct?
> Thank you.
I never ended up fixing my make problem with that build. I later got
new sources, rebuilt everything and installed. It then worked fine.
This is the tutorial I followed: