>Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 16:22:35 -0800
>From: Dima Dorfman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>David Wolfskill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> ===> if_ef
>> @ -> /usr/src/sys
>> machine -> /usr/src/sys/i386/include
>> echo "#define IPX 1" > opt_ipx.h
>> echo "#define INET 1" > opt_inet.h
>> echo "
>Try building make(1) manually, sticking it in /usr/bin, and using the
>new version to build the kernel.
OK, that worked -- thanks!!
More accurately, since I had done a successful "make buildworld", I
copied /usr/obj/usr/src/usr.bin/make over to /usr/bin/make (after
renaming the latter), and a "make buildkernel" for GENERIC worked.
I'm now building the kernel I really want. :-)
So I'd have thought that the "make buildkernel" process should have been
using the freshly-made "make" over in /usr/obj -- or am I confused
David H. Wolfskill [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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