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Re: Compiling 6.0_RC1 fails
Here is the problem report I referenced:
NetBSD Problem Report #43272
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Subject: no nbsed after first release build
*>Number:* 43272*>Category:* toolchain*>Synopsis:*
no nbsed after first release build*>Confidential:* no*>Severity:*
sw-bug*>Submitter-Id:* net*>Arrival-Date:* Thu May 06 19:05:00
+0000 2010*>Closed-Date:* *>Last-Modified:* Sun Jan 22 07:10:02
+0000 2012*>Originator:* George Georgalis*>Release:*
NetBSD bonnie 5.0_STABLE NetBSD 5.0_STABLE (BONNIE) #0: Sat Feb 13
00:52:48 PST 2010 root@bonnie:/usr/obj/sys/arch/i386/compile/BONNIE
I first noticed in netbsd-4 and assumed I had something local broken
but I'm not seeing any local issue. On a fresh checkout the netbsd src
command "build.sh release" doesn't make nbsed and causes the iso-image
target to fail (also, "install" after distribution).
On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 12:55 PM, George Georgalis <george%galis.org@localhost>
> I'm sorry to jump in, and not able to provide complete details at this
> time, but this sounds like an open bug I reported couple years ago.
> Search for my email in the bug tracker and it should be easy to find
> (most recent).
> In summary, I was developing procedure scripts to format media,
> install the os, checkout sources from cvs, then build and install the
> updated distribution. It always failed with the first build
> distribution, something about sed not available in tools. The fix was
> to build distribution again and it would always work the second time
> I never tracked down the issue, but I believe it exists in netbsd-4,
> netbsd-5 and whatever the tag for netbsd-6 is now.
> More details are in the issue report, I will followup next week if needed.
> On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 5:52 AM, Darrel <levitch%iglou.com@localhost> wrote:
>> On Wed, 19 Sep 2012, Thomas Mueller wrote:
>>> Darrel (levitch%iglou.com@localhost) wrote:
>>>> I think that adding the -r flag to build.sh will do that as well:
>>>> $ ./build.sh -r -x -O ../obj -T ../tools -U distribution
>>> I see you can use either -O or -M to set object directory. What is the
>>> I've been cross-compiling NetBSD from FreeBSD 9.0_STABLE using NetBSD's
>>> build.sh .
>> That is really neat.
>> If I recall correctly, it defaults to -O and I have just left it there.
>> around 2007, I experimented with -M and the results seemed to be the
>> however, I was not cross-compiling and that is probably where it makes a
>> Probably someone who has studied ./build.sh a bit deeper will provide a
>> precise response.
> George Georgalis, (415) 894-2710, http://www.galis.org/
George Georgalis, (415) 894-2710, http://www.galis.org/
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