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Marco I think you are right, I will try with the new bsd.port.mk
On Wed, 30 Dec 1998, Marco S Hyman wrote:
> > I've found that for many things, the NetBSD stuff is close enough to
> > the OpenBSD config to get a good start. Sometimes there are a couple
> > tweaks, but the kernel interfaces are so similiar that you are safe.
> True, when building a port. But the original message said:
> > when I try to compile egcs-1.1.1 from the ports collectoin...
> The OpenBSD ports collection is supposed to work. The steps for
> using a port MUST be limited to:
> cd /usr/ports/category/application
> make install
> In this specific case I'm about 98% certain the problem is that the
> port requires the latest bsd.port.mk as I noted in another message.
> With the latest bsd.port.mk and the latest egcs-stable from cvs
> the port builds (but I'm only up to the stage2 build, so I suppose
> there still could be problems).
> // marc