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Re: building a kernel "the old way"

On 05/24/17 18:55, Martin Husemann wrote:
On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 04:59:58PM +0200, Christian Groessler wrote:
making sure the compat library is up to date... make[1]: cannot open ../../../../../../compat/common/Makefile.
Do you have a full source tree? Why is it not finding that file relative to your compile dir?

I should have a complete source tree. '', at least, was able to build the whole system without errors.

The file is there, but in ../../../../compat/common(so two ".."s less).

Like I've written,

> It says, "make[1]: stopped in /usr/obj/local/netbsd-src/src/sys/arch/macppc/compile/GENERIC/lib/compat", but there is no "lib/compat" directory there.

"make" thinks it's in the lib/compat dir, but there is no such dir....

If you guys/gals run "config"/"nbconfig", do you have a lib/compat dir in the compile dir?


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