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Re: NetBSD-HEAD amd64 refuses to build

Alan Barrett <> writes:

> On Wed, 18 Dec 2013, Thomas Mueller wrote:
>> I just looked in NetBSD's /etc/mk.conf and found the lines
>> #if BSD_PKG_MK
>> #endif
>> with pkgsrc stuff in between, so those lines are still there.
> It should be ".if" and ".endif", not "#if" and "#endif", like this:
> .if defined(BSD_PKG_MK)
> pkgsrc stuff goes here
> .endif

This is documented in The pkgsrc Guide at least. It would be nice
if someone could revisit it and proof-read it. Preferably someone
else (i.e. not me). At least impressions and suggestions would be

>> I must bear in mind that FreeBSD is much stabler than NetBSD
>> on my hardware.
> Please report crashes.  I don't know whether there's a document
> on how to do that, but you can use the send-pr(1) program, and
> include the relevant kernel messages (the green text you might
> see on the console), and any extra information you are able to
> gather from the kernel debugger (an abbreviated version of the
> output from ddb's "bt" command is often useful).


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