> Go back to your original scheme. Make knows what the true path was when
> you did the build and it has to look like that on the clients. If you
> link /array/src as /usr/src, make knows it was really /array/src. You
> would have to nfs_mount /array/src and link it to /usr/src. Why do that
> when you could have created a partition on the array slice called src
> and mounted it as /usr/src. Then, you could nfs_mount that partition as
> /usr/src and everything is happy.

true - but i wanted a single machine to handle doing builds of -stable and
-release as i have machines with different needs. if this is impossible then
i'll settle, i just figured there was some flag i could possibly pass to the
make installworld to fix the problem.

thanks for the reply,

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