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007_resolver.patch, rebuild bin and sbin, missing sbin/wsconsctl/keysym.h
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: 007_resolver.patch, rebuild bin and sbin, missing sbin/wsconsctl/keysym.h
- From: "Jason P. Stanford" <Jason_(_dot_)_Stanford_(_at_)_lehigh_(_dot_)_edu>
- Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 19:42:33 -0400
I have just installed 3.1 on a fresh i386 box from the CD set, and have
started to apply all patches. I am running into a problem (or at least
it *seems* to be a problem), and I cannot find the answer in the mail
archives or google.
I have just applied the 007_resolver.patch as directed and it says that
the /usr/src/bin and /usr/src/sbin directories should be rebuilt (or
parts of them, but they were unspecified as far as I could find).
I did a 'cd /usr/src/bin' and issued a 'make' and 'make install'
without problem. Then I went to /usr/src/sbin and issued a 'make'
command. It gets to the last directory /usr/src/sbin/wsconsctl and it
fails because a file 'keysym.h' is missing and is trying to include it
in 'keysym.c'. I've checked the CVS repository and 'keysym.h' is not
there as well.
I'm not familiar with the keysym.* files, but according to my searches
it seems to have something to do with X. I'm not using, nor do I intend
to use X on this particular box.
My question is, can I ignore the error to wsconsctl, should I manually
intervene? If so, what would I need to do?
Jason P. Stanford
Manager, Design Arts Computing Lab (CU209)
Integrated Product Development (IPD)
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