Ok, i understand but...... i don't have cvs in my network it's imposible to me do 
(cvs) :-(  .. i need to know if i can find these files in the image that i download 
from internet... i am using 5.2 REALEASE.... or download the src from  internet...
 Thanks 


-----Original Message-----
From:   Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent:   Tue 3/2/2004 1:14 PM
To:     Matthew Seaman
Cc:     Osmany Guirola Cruz; albi; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject:        Re: linuxpluginwrapper ERROR
Matthew Seaman wrote:

>On Tue, Mar 02, 2004 at 12:09:24PM -0500, Osmany Guirola Cruz wrote:
>  
>
>> I am installin the linux plugin wrapper and it give me these error 
>>
>>    
>>
>>>>The linuxthreads port needs source code for libgcc
>>>>Please install FreeBSD source code in /usr/src
>>>>        
>>>>
>>*** Error code 1
>>
>> in my /usr/src i have the sys folder .. some weeks ago i compiled the kernel ..... 
>> i don't understand these error i think that i have the source code installed.... if 
>> these is not the way please HEKP ME   
>>    
>>
>
>Relax -- no need to panic.
>
>The sys directory contains just the kernel sources, but the
>linuxthreads package needs bits of source code from the rest of the
>system.  Most people would simply use cvsup(1) to get all of the
>system sources (including the kernel sources), however as that comes
>to about 315Mb, you may not want to download all that. [Of course,
>once you've got the bulk sources, then cvsup is excellent at keeping
>them up to date using a minimum amount of network bandwidth].
>
>If you have installation media you should be able to install system
>sources from there, or you can take eg. a copy of the
>/usr/share/examples/cvsup/standard.supfile and edit it to only pull
>down the 'src-gnu' collection.
>
>       Cheers,
>
>       Matthew
>
>  
>
Doh! my bad...

Matthew is right as usual, it's /src/gnu
you'd likely need, not /src/contrib ....

Sorry for wasted b/w...

Kevin Kinsey





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