"Crist J. Clark" wrote: > > The real problem here is that these targets are such monsters > > that they really can't be cross-targets. The doc stuff is > > particularly nasty, viben that there are maybe 19 sets of > > packages that have to be sucked down and installed to make > > it work, because they aren't part of the default system, and > > they aren't in the source repository. When the FTP.freebsd.org > > blew up a while back, the only place you could get the tools > > the the proper versions was a combination of a site in England, > > a sunsite site, and two personal directories that lived on a > > machine in Japan. > > Where'd this observation come from? buildkernel/installkernel don't > pull packages from anywhere. Building the doc tree has almost nothing > to do with building world or kernel from the source tree.
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