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Xorg compilation issues - source update question
I'm using NetBSD 5-something and currently building from source fails on
dri2proto in external/mit/xorg/include with "nmbmake : Don't know how to
make dri2proto.h". I googled around and this led me to believe that it's
stale dependencies, so I cleared out /usr/obj and /usr/tools and tried
again, with the same results. I suspected that maybe my source trees was
somehow corrupt so I removed the contents of external/mit/xorg, updated the
sources again and tried to build, with the same results.
The command I use to build is :
./build.sh -O ../obj -T ../tools -U distribution
In /etc/mk.conf I explicitly declare MKX11=YES, X11_TYPE=modular, and
and to update the sources I use
cvs -q update -Pd -r netbsd-5
Am I right in thinking that cvs command will get me the latest version of
NetBSD 5 (rather than, say, getting me 5.0.1)?
This is driving me bananas, doubly so because I'm convinced that it's
something dumb on my part. Any ideas to put me out of my misery would be
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