Subject: Re: Better Homes and Compiliing Current...
To: Julian Coleman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Stuart William Mackie <email@example.com>
Date: 12/09/2005 11:22:12
Julian Coleman wrote:
>>( cd rcorder; printf '.PATH: /usr/src/bin/rcorder\n.CURDIR:=
>>/Makefile"\n' | /usr/src/../tools/bin/nbmake -f- CRUNCHEDPROG=1 DBG="-Os"
>>nbmake: "/usr/src/bin/rcorder/(stdin)" line 3: Could not find
> It using "bin/rcorder" is strange. It should use "sbin/rcorder". Did you
> by any chance run a `cvs update` without the "-P" flag (to prune empty
> directories)? If so, you'll probably want to run `cvs up -Pd` across your
> whole src tree to remove any other empty directories too.
Done "rm -rf /usr/src" and checked out fresh sources.
Then done "cvs up -Pd" as suggested and have now completed a successful
build. Thanks for the pointer.