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Re: build failure/ i386
On Fri, Oct 23, 2020 at 10:47:46PM +0200, Miranda van den Breukelingen wrote:
> has crt0 to do with BIOS Console as an installation option? I get the "no such
> file or directory" although available.
No - C RunTime, see:
there is something very wrong if that is missing or unreadable.
> installed the userland anyway and added a pre-compiled custom-kernel; now I
> can't even compile ./build.sh -u tools with lotta failure when building gcc.
> rescue available?
If you went ahead and overwrote your install with a bad build then
unwinding from that is going to be... challenging. If the tools under
/rescue still run then you may be able to salvage things by unpacking
the base set over the top of the existing install (don't do the etc set
because that will overwrite your passwd file). Once you have restored
base the build should work again. I would recommend doing a full build,
make sure it is successful and then overwrite your install so everything
If /rescue is busted too then you could try booting from the installer
media and drop to a shell, mount the root disk and do the unpack that
If you haven't put much work into the system it may be easier to just do
a clean install but practicing recoveries can be useful :)
Sent from my NetBSD device.
"We are were wolves",
"You mean werewolves?",
"No we were wolves, now we are something else entirely",
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