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my build issues

My attempt at "time nice ./ -U distribution" failed with:

#    objdir  /usr/obj/
sh: Cannot determine current working directory
do-tools ===> .
sh: /usr/src/obj/tooldir.NetBSD-4.99.62-x86_64/bin/nbmake: not found

I got rid of my /usr/src/obj and /usr/obj and tried again:

built make and the failed:

cc  -O -o nbmake *.o  
BSDOBJDIR /usr/obj does not exist, bailing..

So created /usr/obj owned by me so I can write to it.

So then this completed after 1.5 hours or so:

time nice ./ -U distribution

So then I did:

time sudo ./ -U install=/

And that started built nbmake again. That seems like a wrong default.

And then failed here:

cc  -O -o nbmake *.o  
#    objdir  /usr/obj/tools
===> TOOLDIR path:     /usr/src/obj/tooldir.NetBSD-4.99.62-x86_64
===> DESTDIR path:     /usr/src/obj/destdir.amd64
===> RELEASEDIR path:  /usr/src/obj/releasedir
===> Created /usr/src/obj/tooldir.NetBSD-4.99.62-x86_64/bin/nbmake
===> makewrapper:      
===> Updated /usr/src/obj/tooldir.NetBSD-4.99.62-x86_64/bin/nbmake-amd64
installsets ===> distrib/sets   (with: INSTALLDIR=/ INSTALLSETS=)
nbmake: don't know how to make /usr/src/obj/destdir.amd64/METALOG. Stop

nbmake: stopped in /usr/src/distrib/sets

*** Failed target:  installworld

*** Failed command: _makedirtarget() { dir="$1"; shift; target="$1"; 
shift; case "${dir}" in /*) this="${dir}/"; real="${dir}" ;; .) this=""; 
real="/usr/src" ;; *) this="${dir}/"; real="/usr/src/${dir}" ;; esac; 
show=${this:-.}; echo "${target} ===> ${show%/}${1:+ (with: $@)}"; cd 
"${real}" && /usr/src/obj/tooldir.NetBSD-4.99.62-x86_64/bin/nbmake 
_THISDIR_="${this}" "$@" ${target}; }; _makedirtarget distrib/sets 
*** Error code 2

nbmake: stopped in /usr/src

ERROR: Failed to make installworld to /

I don't have /usr/src/obj/destdir.amd64/METALOG mentioned above. I have:

-rw-r--r--  1 reed  wsrc  3419602 Sep 23 16:45 /usr/src/destdir.amd64/METALOG
-rw-r--r--  1 reed  wsrc  3419533 Sep 23 16:45 

Where is that "obj" coming from above?

Note I think I followed examples 2 and 3 in the BUILDING documentation.

I don't think I should have to have various mk.conf settings or custom 
script wrapping around or extra command-line options. I 
wish by default it would work. And definitely the examples in the 
documentation should work.

Note that the examples at end of documentation doesn't mention precreating 
obj directory. That should be done automatically too, like 
src/obj.amd64 would be nice too.

  Jeremy C. Reed

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