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Re: Rust problem i386
On 23/03/2020 09:25, Havard Eidnes wrote:
The package makefile does that to cargo so I wonder if this is a quirk
of my build environment in that I'm running i386 binaries on an amd64
kernel in a chroot. I wonder if the amd64 kernel doesn't pick up on the
paxctl notes of an i386 binary or is just more strict?
I beleive what I did to turn this error into a warning was to do
"paxctl +m <rustc bootstrap compiler>" (or was it the "cargo"
bootstrap binary which needed this treatment? I forget...)
I'll give this a try when I get a moment. I don't really have too much
in the way of space limitations :D
Alternatively, if you have the space to fetch all the bootstraps,
you could bump the bootstrap for NetBSD/i386 to 1.42, add
# To build 1.42 with 1.42, this is required:
to Makefile, do "make makesum", and proceed to build 1.42 with
the 1.42 bootstrap which should already be available.
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