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Re: Source file differences
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Source file differences
- From: Paul Civati <paul_(_at_)_xciv_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 17:33:26 +0100
- Organization: XCIV
- Reply-to: paul_(_at_)_xciv_(_dot_)_org
"Rodney M. Hopkins" <rhopkins_(_at_)_sunflower_(_dot_)_com> wrote:
> Can someone tell me what the difference between the "src.tar.gz" file and
> the "srcsys.tar.gz" file on the OpenBSD FTP mirror sites is before I go to
> the trouble of downloading them both?
I believe that:
src.tar.gz : whole src tree, possibly including kernel src?
srcsys.tar.gz : just kernel src (ie. /usr/src/sys)
> Do I need both to be able to re-compile everything on my mac68k system, or
> do I need one, or the other, or parts of each? I would eventually like to
> be able to not only build my own kernels, but also be able to recompile the
> "world" for my platform.
Kernel src for building a new kernel, or the whole src tree for
rebuilding the whole system (world).
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