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Re: built failure of current userland
Well, having a single cpu, I don't increase parallelism, although
perhaps having 1.5G of RAM now, a -j2 might get some speed inmprovement
On Sun 29 Sep 2013 at 09:13:45 +0200, Riccardo Mottola wrote:
./build.sh -x -O /usr/obj -T /usr/obj/tools -U distribution
My command was
==> build.sh command: ./build.sh -D /vol1/rhialto/destdir.amd64 -m amd64 -O
/scratch2/obj.amd64 -R /vol1/rhialto/release -T /vol1/rhialto/tools.amd64 -u -U -N
1 -X /vol1/rhialto/cvs/xsrc -x -V MKPUFFS=yes -V CHECKFLIST_FLAGS=-em release
===> build.sh started: Sat Sep 28 01:39:22 CEST 2013
I do get a mysterious build error if I add "-j 3" (I have seen it a few
tmes) but nobody else seems to see that one.
You seem to have many more options which I ignore. The command I used
worked fine for months, until I tried to add the -x flag.
Perhaps the only impacting flags I see are "-D" which I add later, on
installation time and -R -u, -U, -N 1 all others are directory.
Which one could impact?
I will try now, once again with a clean /obj, after putting in Patrick's
freetype headers. However, varing removed mine totally and having a
clean obj, I really don't think that installed stuff should matter, or
it is a bug somewhere, right?
I'll let you guys know, thanks for now..
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