Subject: Re: Bash shell
To: Jochen Kunz <email@example.com>
From: Luong Ngo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/2007 13:42:58
When you said I can't cross compile pkgsrc, you mean there is no way
to cross compile or that I am just not doing the right thing to cross
compile it? Is there any chance to cross compile it using my own set
of toolchains? If there is, could you please give me some directions?
Thank you very much,
On 7/18/07, Luong Ngo <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks Jochen. You are right that I need to cross compile all NetBSD,
> plus bash shell as the other group ask for. Thank you for the
> On 7/18/07, Jochen Kunz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Tue, 17 Jul 2007 09:41:42 +0200
> > "Zafer Aydogan" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > the easiest way to run bash on your system is to use pkgsrc.
> > As far as I understand Luong he needs to cross compile everything.
> > You can't cross compile with pkgsrc.
> > Luong: I sugest to use ksh(1). It is part of the NetBSD base system.
> > ksh(1) is a bit different as bash(1), but quite similar. As a long time
> > bash(1) user I got used to ksh(1) quite fast. You may need to set:
> > VISUAL=3Demacs
> > bind ^I=3Dcomplete
> > set -o braceexpand
> > in your ~/.profile or ~/.kshrc to make ksh(1) more bash(1) like.
> > --
> > tsch=FC=DF,
> > Jochen
> > Homepage: http://www.unixag-kl.fh-kl.de/~jkunz/