Valentin Nechayev wrote:
>  Thu, Jun 21, 2001 at 15:02:37, TJ (T.J. Kniveton) wrote about "From -current to 
> > I followed the directions on the freebsd web site to grab the latest
> > -stable sources, but it looks like somehow I got the -current sources,
> > built and installed them (doh!).
> >
> > Everything is working ok, but this is my development laptop, and it
> > would probably be wiser to track -stable so that things will still work.
> > I have grabbed the RELENG_4 source, but it is dying at unctrl.h. Is
> > there any way to go backward from an installed current build, to stable?
> 1. Do binary install.

Of 4.3-release, or of 4-stable (where would I get the binaries from, are
they on a freebsd host)?

> 2. Make world with includes from RELENG_4. I successfully did it
> with /usr/include copied from another 4-stable host. Maxim Sobolev
> recommended to do `make includes' before `make buildworld'.
> A rumour was that it is already fixed (building doesn't depend on host
> includes) but...

I don't think it's totally fixed, or else I should be able to just do a
buildworld now. I have the 5-current /usr/include, but 4-stable build
fails. I might just try and fix the build process to avoid step 1.

> /netch


        T.J. Kniveton 
  Communications Systems Lab
     Nokia Research Center

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