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Re: Please read if you use x86 -current
> > > At a minimum, build.sh should have an option to do that, to get the
> > > proper path for the toolchain, since these instructions can fail:
> > USETOOLS=no
> And for folks who cross-compile?
I have to ask: are you just trying to be difficult?
When you built your kernel, you would by default have used the
make wrapper and the tools put in $TOOLDIR. So when the
instructions said "make", that should be read as
which should take care of setting up a proper environment similar
to the one when you built your kernel, and use the appropriate
cross-compiler in $TOOLDIR/bin.
"Standard NetBSD build procedures 101"
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