On 2003-01-21 10:41, Wayne Pascoe <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm prodding at FreeBSD 5.0 and making sure I can still do
> everything I did in 4.x. I'm now trying to prep for a make world and
> I've run into a problem.
> /etc/defaults/make.conf doesn't seem to exist anymore. There is a
> /usr/share/examples/make.conf but that doesn't contain any of the
> lines that are present in /etc/make.conf

It does.  Some things have changed, others have been added, and yet
others have been removed.  This is the file that holds the default
values that /etc/defaults/make.conf used to have though.

> Do I still specify things like NO_BIND="YES" the same way I used to
> in this file ?

Do it in /etc/make.conf please.

> Also, in /etc/make.conf, I currently have
> PERL_VER=5.6.1
> PERL_ARCH=mach
> NO_PERL=yo
> what the hell does yo mean? Yes or no ?

It means "this make variable *has* a value".  Some things depend on
the existence of certain make variables.  Others depend on the
variables having particular values.  This is one of the things that
fall in the first category.  Any value would be as good as "yes",
"yeah", "Yes, please.", etc.

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