Subject: -current: creating bogus base.tgz etc
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Simon J. Gerraty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/20/2003 10:00:30
I build -current (as of yesterday) to build a diskless env for my
ss20 - so I can leave 1.6 on the disk.
The build completed ok (UNPRIV), but when it came to building the
DESTDIR=/var/obj/NetBSD/current/sparc/destdir MACHINE=sparc \
sh /g/NetBSD/current/src/distrib/sets/maketars \
-d /var/obj/NetBSD/current/sparc/destdir \
-M /var/obj/NetBSD/current/sparc/destdir/METALOG \
-N /g/NetBSD/current/src/etc \
nbmtree: ./var/obj: No such file or directory
nbmtree: failed at line 854 of the specification
each of base.tgz etc were only 20 bytes. METALOG entries start
./var/obj/NetBSD/current/sparc/destdir type=dir mode=0755 \
uname=root gname=wheel tags=base_pkg
./var/obj/NetBSD/current/sparc/destdir/sys type=link \
mode=0755 link=usr/src/sys uname=root gname=wheel tags=base_pkg
should that be:
No, it complains about that. Looks like $DESTDIR should be
represented as just '.' in METALOG?
Still not there though...
nbmtree: invalid specification `/var/db/libc.tags'
nbmtree: failed at line 6865 of the specification
There were actually a lot of entries that started with just '/var/'
Once I cleaned that up it looks ok.