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Couple of questions.
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Couple of questions.
- From: Alex Bochannek <alex_(_at_)_p9_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Fri, 02 Jul 1999 13:42:58 -0700
- Cc: alex_(_at_)_p9_(_dot_)_com
I am using OpenBSD/SPARC (SS2) at work for a number of different tasks
and a couple of questions came up.
I installed 2.4 and updated the src's via cvs get/update to 2.5. I
wanted to do a 'make world'-type operation and after building a new
kernel, did (in /usr/src) make obj; make build. So far, so good?
Two things I noticed about make build: It does a make cleandir first,
why? Also, it fails to make a couple of things due to compile error,
specifically libstdc++ in gnu and also something in usr.sbin (forgot
right not what); is this known and if not, how should I submit this
information (sendbug)? These errors also terminate the compile which
is inconvenient for me since it takes a very long time on an SS2 to
even get that far.
Lastely, I need to run jitterbug for bug tracking on my system. Is
there a port already available?
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