On Fri, 9 Jun 2000, Ian Dowse wrote:

> >vm/vm_object.h -> vm/vm_object.ph
> >vm/vm_page.h -> vm/vm_page.ph
> >vm/vm_pageout.h -> vm/vm_pageout.ph
> >vm/vm_pager.h -> vm/vm_pager.ph
> >vm/vm_param.h -> vm/vm_param.ph
> >vm/vm_prot.h -> vm/vm_prot.ph
> >vm/vm_zone.h -> vm/vm_zone.ph
> >vm/vnode_pager.h -> vm/vnode_pager.ph
> >*** Error code 1
> I've seen this before. h2ph will return a non-zero exit status if it
> failed to open _any_ of the files listed on the command line. This
> will typically happen if you have a dangling symbolic link somewhere
> in /usr/include. The error message indicating exactly which files
> h2ph couldn't open will be somewhere among all the 'XX.h -> XX.ph'
> messages.

Yes, that helped - there were, as You noticed, lost symbolic link, and
where i've removed it, everything installed fine.



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