Subject: Re: building current
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: scalopus <email@example.com>
Date: 06/05/2005 09:10:38
I have compiled and installed several times current without
problems with this steps that are in the documentation section:
I hope it is helpful with you case.
On Sun, Jun 05, 2005 at 12:31:05PM +0900, Tomoki NetBSD Mailing Lists wrote:
> I have recently installed netbsd onto my laptop. I have been trying
> to update my system to current. But when I am compiling the userland
> the build.sh fails. I want to make sure I am doing this correctly.
> 1) UPDATE /usr/src: I have tried both cvs and cvsup
> 2) compile tools: in /usr/src "./build.sh tools"
> 3) compile kernel: in /usr/src "./build.sh kernel=GENERIC_LAPTOP"
> 4) install kernel: in he compiled GENERIC_LAPTOP directory "make
> install" and restart
> I get this far fine and the booted up kernel is 3.99.5
> 5) compile the userland: in /usr/src "./build.sh -U -D
> /usr/i386build/ distribution"
> 6) install compiled userland: in /usr/src "./build.sh -U -D
> /usr/i386build/ install=/"
> step 5 is where I run into trouble
> the compile fails. everyday i keep updating the src and everyday
> attempt to compile, but no success yet for over a week....
> am I not doing this correct?