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Re: 'make cleandir' fails in usr.sbin/httpd



On 24, Oct, 2000 at 04:21:25PM -0700, Marco S Hyman wrote:
>  >  I tried to follow the instructions in the OpenBSD FAQ section 12.2 on
>  > upgrading from sources, and did a 'make cleandir' in a userowned
>  > /usr/src as user and got:
>  > 
>  > [lotsa stuff snipped]
>  > 
>  > ===> usr.sbin/httpd
>  > cd /usr/src/usr.sbin/httpd && make clean
>  > ===> src
>  > make: don't know how to make clean. Stop
 
> Note: Section 6.0 of the FAQ is out of date.  The procedure to update
                ^^^
					Isn't that 12.0?

> to -current from 2.7 (at least on i386 and sparc) is:
> 
> 1) Prepare your source tree
> 
>    cd /usr/src
>    rm -rf /usr/obj/* &
>    cvs -q -d anoncvs_(_at_)_some_(_dot_)_anon_(_dot_)_server/cvs up -PAd
>    find . -type l -name obj | xargs rm
>    make -k cleandir
          ^^
I should have thought of putting that in there myself! Thanks. :-)

I had allready done the previous steps.

I wanted to build it once again 'cause it's so sool to do ;-), I had
previously followed espie@'s suggestions on how to do it when upgrading
from snapshot w. gcc-2.95 to a CVS checkout w. gcc-2.95.3, worked
nicely. :-)

So I was upgrading from a previous 'make build' 2 weeks earlier.

Thanks
                  Morten

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