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Re: Problem updating userland
On Jan,Wednesday 28 2009, at 6:05 AM, Arthur Barlow wrote:
I'm new to NetBSD and I thought I would following the procedure on
the web site describing how to update my code base. I used cvs and
pulled down the 4-0-1-release and I also did the "cvs update -Pd"
in /usr/src. That all appeared to go fine. However when I tried to
do "./build.sh -O ../obj -T ../tools -U -u distribution", in /usr/
src, it started to compile and build objects, but then it crashed in
"/usr/src/sys/modules/accf_dataready/." The error message says it
is looking for an include make file, "bsd.kmodule.mk." But, when I
do a find or locate the file does not exist on my system. What did
You have mixed sources your sys/ directory is definitely from netbsd-5
If you want netbsd-4-0-1 sources you should update your source tree
with this command
cvs update -Pd -r netbsd-4-0-1-RELEASE.
P.S if you want to help netbsd you can test netbsd-5 on your machine
you can update our tree
to netbsd-5-RC1 with this command cvs update -Pd -r netbsd-5-0-RC1.
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