"Ngie Cooper (yaneurabeya)" wrote:
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> > On Aug 6, 2017, at 09:36, Julian H. Stacey <j...@berklix.com> wrote:
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> > Hi freebsd-current@freebsd.org
> > with current src
> >     .ctm_status src-cur 13120
> >     .svn_revision    322111
> > libexec/Makefile has been butchered, eg
> > rshd & other builds silently omitted
> > unless one debugs & learns to do eg
> >     setenv _rshd Something
> > A find & grep of src/ shows no other ref. to _rshd except
> >     ./libexec/Makefile:     ${_rshd} \
> >     ./libexec/Makefile:_rshd=               rshd
> > 
> > I sampled _pppoed same error !
> >     ./libexec/Makefile:     ${_pppoed} \
> >     ./libexec/Makefile:_pppoed=     pppoed
> > 
> > Others turned off are:
> >        ${_atf} \ ${_atrun} \ ${_blacklistd-helper} \ ${_comsat} \
> >        ${_dma} \ ${_mail.local} \ ${_makewhatis.local} \ ${_mknetid}
> >        \ ${_pppoed} \ ${_rlogind} \ ${_rshd} \ ${_rtld-elf} \
> >        ${_smrsh} \ ${_telnetd} \ ${_tests} \ ${_tftp-proxy} \ ${_ypxfr}
> > 
> > If src/ annoyingly insists to force everyone to silently Not build src/,
> > there should at least be some switch & reference doc in eg
> >     src/share/mk
> >     src/share/man/man5/src.conf
> 
> Julian,
>       Could you please post your build error (in its entirety) somewhere?
> Thank you,
> -Ngie

Why ?  Problem is fully identified.  Please read source.
The half baked mod. to src/libexec/Makefile could be backed out
as it fails to be supported by src/share/mk & src.conf.

Julian
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