Subject: Re: What the heck is tooldir.NetBSD-2.0.2-sparc?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
Date: 10/13/2005 16:11:32
In article <OF3C04BF6A.98D84923-ON85257099.003F7AC6firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Stephen T Albright <email@example.com> wrote:
>Sorry for the double post, but I was not sure if this is a port-sparc
>question or just a dumb newbie question for the users list.
>I am a new to NetBSD, although I do have a little experience with other
>*NIXs. So, here is my sorry question:
>I have just built my first SS20 with two internal SCSI drives and an
>external drive on 2.0. The installation only allowed for the setup of one
>drive (at least as far as I can tell). So, once I booting I tried to run
>fdisk to set up the other two drives and I could not find it (tried which,
>whereis, and find, and it does not seem to be anywhere). I ftp'ed and
>extracted the 2.0.2 src sets and found fdisk in /usr/src/sbin/fdisk, but I
>needed to make fdisk. I issued the make command and almost immediately
>make: exec(/usr/src/tooldir.NetBSD-2.0.2-sparc/bin/nbmakeinfo) failed (No
>such file or directory)
>I cannot seem to find anything on this tooldir.NetBSD-2.0.2-sparc or how
>to install it. Any thoughts?
if you use build.sh in /usr/src then it will get created. Otherwise
"make USETOOLS=no" will work too.
>Also, I am a little curious about fdisk in the first place. Should it be
>available after a fresh installation from a burned 2.0 CD? What about
>from an FTP installation?
The sparc does not have mbr, so it is not compiled by default.