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Re: built failure of current userland
Martin Husemann wrote:
Yes, my xsrc tree had old makefiles! also, I found some cruft in src
(well, nothing that should have affected, just leftover stuff, core
dumps, editor files). I cleaned that and at the second attempt, I was
able to build & install distribution!
On Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 07:50:50AM +0200, Riccardo Mottola wrote:
To be extra-sure, I removed the externa/mit and the x11 in my src tree
and -rechecked it out.
Did you realy "cvs co" or just remove them and "cvs up"?
If you use "cvs up", please try something like:
cd /usr/src; cvs up -dPA -I \!
cd /usr/xsrc; cvs up -dPA -I \!
and see if any strange old files show up.
Now I will work again on pkgsrc, but first I'll do check with
lintpkgsrc. Thanks for the support... up to the next hurdle in pkgsrc!
I noticed that build.sh with X takes quite a long time (long parts are
surely the compiler and the X distirbution) and if I restart it, it will
essentially restart. Is there no way to restart? or to build in pieces?
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