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Re: and mysterious build errors

Havard Eidnes <> writes:

>>> I can of course do as indicated above and remove
>>> version 6, 7 and 8 from /usr/lib, remove any binary packages
>>> which lists any of those's as REQUIRED (yes, there
>>> were some), and re-start the entire bulk build.
>> I would say there are two separable problems:
>>   programs built with base system compilers that existed in previous
>>   netbsd versions.   If a library, this is a misconfiguration.
> Not entirely sure what you mean here, but...  I removed the
> versions 6, 7 and 8 from the chroot's /usr/lib.  I
> checked and didn't find any executables in the chroot's standard
> bin directories which depended on any of them.

All I mean is that older libraries in /usr/lib are leftovers from
previous netbsd verisons, and while they are good for compat for old
binaries, they have no place in a bulk build.

I am surprised  they are ending up in a chroot, vs an unpack of sets.

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