Re: world breakage in usr.bin/kdump

2000-05-08 Thread Doug Barton
On Mon, 8 May 2000, David O'Brien wrote: On Sun, May 07, 2000 at 11:36:45PM -0700, Doug Barton wrote: /usr/include/sys/wormio.h:102: warning: `CDRIOCBLANK' redefined /usr/include/sys/cdrio.h:59: warning: this is the location of the In the old days cd /usr/src ; make -DCLOBBER

Re: RSA decrypt problems

2000-05-07 Thread Doug Barton
Steve Price wrote: On Fri, 5 May 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: # I'm suspecting it might be something missing in the ASN.1 encoding of the # certificate, which netscape requires but IE permits. This would be # consistent with a missing openssl.cnf file at the time of certificate #

Re: rc.d startup scripts

2000-05-07 Thread Doug Barton
Will Andrews wrote: Hello, I've noticed an inconsistency among our ports. It seems that not every port that installs rc.d startup scripts includes methods to not only startup, but also shutdown and/or restart, where appropriate. (Sent to -ports for ports hackers' opinions.) Dave

Re: RSA decrypt problems

2000-05-07 Thread Doug Barton
Steve Price wrote: On Sun, 7 May 2000, Doug Barton wrote: # Ok, here are some silly questions. Did you create a private key for # this server, did you encrypt your cert with it, and is that .key file # pointed to in your httpd.conf config file? SSLCertificateKeyFile is what

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-26 Thread Doug Barton
Richard Wackerbarth wrote: On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Richard Wackerbarth wrote: Actually, I didn't start this. Someone else brought up the idea. ...and quickly decided it was not worthwhile. Yes, the developers do a good job of repressing

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-26 Thread Doug Barton
Richard Wackerbarth wrote: On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, you wrote: Any further discussion from you on this point that doesn't include code is totally and completely without value. You are correct that I "haven't proven" yet. . . . I'll sit back and wait... To Unsubscribe: send

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-25 Thread Doug Barton
Richard Wackerbarth wrote: On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, you wrote: I'd like to add that it can be particularly important when legal questions arise. You confuse the argument for SOME complete repositories with the necessity that ALL (or at each most) repositories be so extensive.

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-25 Thread Doug Barton
Jon Hamilton wrote: I've been following this thread at some distance for a while, and I don't understand your definition of ``everyone''. Aside from developers, who do you feel is a good candidate to track the entire CVS repository, rather than using CVSUP or some other method to get only

Re: SMP changes and breaking kld object module compatibility

2000-04-24 Thread Doug Barton
Matthew Dillon wrote: So you guys (core) choose -- do you want 4.x to reap the benefits of further SMP development or not? If you choose no, beware that without this base cleanup there is *NO* chance whatsoever of any further SMP work being MFC'd to 4.x. None. Zilch. It

Re: Anyone have OpenSSH + X11-fwd working?

2000-04-21 Thread Doug Barton
Peter Wemm wrote: I hope we haven't changed the server default to stop forwarding.. the security risk is to the client, not the remote sshd server, therefore it is the client that should decide on whether to forward or not. I seem to recall the server default being changed, then

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/dev/sound/pci emu10k1.c

2000-04-19 Thread Doug Barton
Cameron Grant wrote: cg 2000/04/18 12:11:39 PDT Modified files: sys/dev/sound/pciemu10k1.c Log: try the fix from creative bugzilla for nmi problem Obtained from:creative labs bugzilla This is definitely an improvement, it doesn't spontaneously

Re: SBlive driver

2000-04-10 Thread Doug Barton
Otter wrote: Maybe you should try another audio app. I plan to do that when I have time to handle a system that might reboot spontaneously. However I figured Cameron (et al) would want to know about the rebooting problem with esound (at least for me). Doug -- Excess on occasion is

SBlive driver

2000-04-09 Thread Doug Barton
Cameron Grant wrote: cg 2000/04/01 23:41:21 PST Added files: sys/dev/sound/pciemu10k1.c emu10k1.h Log: unfinished sblive driver, playback/mixer only for now - not enabled in conf/files i don't seem to be clearing the cache right resulting in a short initial

Re: Perl 5.6.0?

2000-04-06 Thread Doug Barton
Christopher Masto wrote: On Mon, Apr 03, 2000 at 10:52:13AM +0100, Nick Hibma wrote: Are there actually any good reasons why we _should_ upgrade in the first place? Of course. We now have an obsolete version of Perl. That should be reason enough to upgrade. You haven't given

cvs repository nits and gnats

2000-03-28 Thread Doug Barton
Greetings, I'm working on a new project and had the need for a clean set of sources on a new machine. In the course of setting it all up I neglected to copy over my .cvsrc file which has (amongst other things) 'co -P'. In checking out the sources for RELENG_4 I ended up with a large

Re: cvs repository nits and gnats

2000-03-28 Thread Doug Barton
Thanks for the response... On Tue, 28 Mar 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 28 Mar 2000, Doug Barton wrote: src/TODO-2.1, src/usr.sbin/xntpd, etc. There were a large number in contrib, probably detritus from imports, etc. I'm not sure if this is significant, it obviously

Re: cvs repository nits and gnats

2000-03-28 Thread Doug Barton
John Polstra wrote: [My silly speculation about cvs lockfiles and cvsup deleted] I think you may be misinterpreting the symptoms, That's entirely possible. because I don't know of any way for lock files to propagate off of freefall with CVSup. All lock files are specifically

Re: conf/17595: Preventing cp /etc/defaults/rc.conf /etc/rc.conf from looping

2000-03-27 Thread Doug Barton
I took another look at this problem, and before I go forward with more testing I wanted to solicit some comments. The problem is that users who don't read blindly copy /etc/defaults/rc.conf into /etc. Because of the recursive call at the end of /etc/defaults/rc.conf when you copy the file

Re: SPWD.DB

2000-03-26 Thread Doug Barton
"David W. Chapman Jr." wrote: I accidently deleted my spwd.db on 4.0-stable, how do I recreate it, any hints would be appreciated. Assuming that your master.passwd is up to date, the easiest way is to do, 'pwd_mkdb -p /etc/master.passwd'. That will synch everything up for you. The

Re: Accessing FreeBSD 3.4-STABLE filesystems from 4.0-STABLE...

2000-03-25 Thread Doug Barton
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven writes: : Block/character device collapsing breaking you up now? : : /dev/ Should only be character devices now. I was surprised how many block devices were in my /dev when I did a ls -l /dev | grep ^b.

Re: Accessing FreeBSD 3.4-STABLE filesystems from4.0-STABLE...

2000-03-25 Thread Doug Barton
Brad Knowles wrote: When I try to mount my 3.4-STABLE root filesystem on /old, here's what I get: $ mount /old mount: /dev/da0s1a on /old: incorrect super block 'fsck -y /dev/da0s1a' -- "So, the cows were part of a dream that dreamed

Re: NOUUCP knob and /etc/uucp

2000-03-24 Thread Doug Barton
Ray Kohler wrote: I was just noticing that the files in /etc/uucp are installed anyway if you set NOUUCP, whereas those in /etc/ssh and /etc/ssl are affected by their respective knobs. Could /etc/uucp be wrapped around the NOUUCP knob? I replied to Dan Moschuk's commit message for

Re: NOUUCP knob and /etc/uucp

2000-03-24 Thread Doug Barton
On Fri, 24 Mar 2000, Dan Moschuk wrote: Oops! I've just committed the fix. No sweat! We're all busy. I'm just glad to see it done. It's something I've wanted for a long time. It probably should be NO_UUCP, but no one seems to want to make a final decision on the NOFOO vs. NO_FOO

Re: sysinstall broken :(

2000-03-24 Thread Doug Barton
On Fri, 24 Mar 2000, John Baldwin wrote: On 24-Mar-00 Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: Hmph, it seems sysinstall (and thus make release) is broken in -current: I don't know what version of sysinstall you're using, but it builds just fine for me under -current. I saw some other kvetching

Re: Another current crash (cvs-cur.6183

2000-03-22 Thread Doug Barton
On Wed, 22 Mar 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: But it might actually make a lot of sense to make INVARIANTS the default this early in the -CURRENT cycle, protests ? What kind of overhead does it add? The warning messages in LINT look rather dire to me, but I'm interested in knowing the

Can't build sysinstall

2000-03-22 Thread Doug Barton
I have a prehistoric version of sysinstall on my otherwise up to date 5.0-Current, and when I used it my system rebooted, so I thought I'd recompile. Unfortunately 'cd /usr/src/release/sysinstall ; make clean ; make all' bombed out in kget. More details available on request, but I thought

makeinfo for gdb.info is broken

2000-03-20 Thread Doug Barton
My latest world breakage involves makeinfo on gdb.info. I tried to dig through the makefile maze to try and get just that bit not to build and I can't sort it out. Error message below. Doug -- "While the future's there for anyone to change, still you know it seems, it would be easier

Re: possible simple install-info fix

2000-03-17 Thread Doug Barton
Ruslan Ermilov wrote: On Wed, Mar 15, 2000 at 02:08:55PM -0800, Doug Barton wrote: On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, Neil Blakey-Milner wrote: Hi, I was looking into fixing the install-info problem, and wondered if the solution is really as easy as it seems: Hmmm I had been

Re: RealPlayer 7

2000-03-17 Thread Doug Barton
Donn Miller wrote: On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: You can't use a foreign plugin with a native freebsd netscape..unfortunately there aren't many plugins available in native format - this is a good reason to use the linux version. I've noticed that the Linux version

Re: RealPlayer 7

2000-03-16 Thread Doug Barton
Donn Miller wrote: Anyone get this beast to work on -current? The audio works, but the video doesn't work at all. I have COMPAT_LINUX in my kernel, and RealPlayer 5.0 works pretty well. I got disgusted with RP 5 because all of my favorite programs updated to G2 format, so I nuked

Re: gcc -Os optimisation broken (RELENG_4)

2000-03-16 Thread Doug Barton
Donn Miller wrote: Doug Barton wrote: Hmm... If I have a PII (Actually celeron 300A) or a PIII, which is better, 'pentium' or 'pentiumpro'? I would think the latter, but I've learned not to assume where gcc is concerned. I think that 'pentium' would result in code that isn't

Re: gcc -Os optimisation broken (RELENG_4)

2000-03-16 Thread Doug Barton
On Thu, 16 Mar 2000, Jeffrey J. Mountin wrote: Wondering why one would use -mcpu and not -march. If the code runs only on Celerons, PII's, and PIII's why would one *not* use -march. I'm curious about (possible) breakages with -mcpu or -march compared to -Ox settings which seem to break

Re: 5.0-current breaks building jpeg shared library

2000-03-15 Thread Doug Barton
Vallo Kallaste wrote: Strange, I always thought the -current list is for general issues related to -current branch and for true kernel hackers exist -hackers. Ok, now you know differently. No problem. :) -- "Welcome to the desert of the real." - Laurence Fishburne as

Re: possible simple install-info fix

2000-03-15 Thread Doug Barton
On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, Neil Blakey-Milner wrote: Hi, I was looking into fixing the install-info problem, and wondered if the solution is really as easy as it seems: Hmmm I had been thinking all along that the problem with install-info was that the system couldn't use the new

Re: Why not gzip iso images?

2000-03-15 Thread Doug Barton
On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, Anatoly Vorobey wrote: Alas, that is just not true for many of us who are in bandwidth-poor countries. Over here, it can take 3 to BIGNUM hours to download an ISO image (there aren't any up-to-date local mirrors), depending on time of day and the phase of the moon. I

Re: gcc -Os optimisation broken (RELENG_4)

2000-03-15 Thread Doug Barton
Christian Weisgerber wrote: Maxim Sobolev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've just upgraded my production server to the 4.0-RELEASE and found that squid23 when compiled with -Os option dying with signal 11 on each attempt to load page. When I recompiled it with -O fault disappeared. Which

Re: current.freebsd.org snapshots and broken X11

2000-03-14 Thread Doug Barton
On Tue, 14 Mar 2000, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: I think I'm just going to go to the 3.4 bits; I don't have a definitive XFree86 distribution for 4.0 and I don't think I'm going to get one in time to make a difference. Not to mention that 4.0 has "issues" with some

Re: NODESCRYPTLINKS=true doesn't work

2000-03-12 Thread Doug Barton
Oliver Fromme wrote: Maybe I'm just too dumb... It's my understanding that the purpose of the ``NODESCRYPTLINKS'' option in make.conf is to prevent overwriting the libcrypt symlinks in /usr/lib. Well, it doesn't work. I cvsupped today in the morning (~ 9:00 UTC on Sunday), added

Re: 3.4 vs. 4.0 NFS Code performance

2000-03-12 Thread Doug Barton
Jérome OUFELLA wrote: Hi, I need to use a quite big NFS server, serving ~120GB for ~200 clients, all OS's mixed (*BSD, Linux, HP-UX, IRIX, Solaris, Xterminals). Is it worth it to use the -current branch (-release on next monday perhaps?) for this important server, or should I

Re: XFree86-4 can't start

2000-03-12 Thread Doug Barton
"Michael L. Imamura" wrote: I haven't tried xfce, but I had some problems running Enlightenment 16.3, all related to shared memory. I disabled shared pixmaps in my Imlib configuration and that got rid of the random crashing, but is again not a very optimal solution :) I'm guessing it's a

Re: 4.0-20000307-CURRENT kern.flp keyboard probe questions

2000-03-11 Thread Doug Barton
"Jeffrey J. Mountin" wrote: You could say I reserve the right shoot myself in foot by swapping keyboards. I think you've made it really clear with all of your many posts that you want this option. On the other hand, some of us think it's worthwhile to warn people that swapping

Re: XFree86-4 can't start

2000-03-11 Thread Doug Barton
"Michael L. Imamura" wrote: I was able to get it working through a small patch to the scripts/configure file. Probably not the most optimal solution, but it works until the port is updated: --- configure Fri Mar 10 19:20:34 2000 +++ configure.2 Sat Mar 11 18:19:55 2000 @@ -197,7

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Doug Barton
Sheldon Hearn wrote: On Mon, 06 Mar 2000 16:38:44 PST, R Joseph Wright wrote: I just built a new world today and openssh does not appear to be installed. I have the directories /etc/ssh and /etc/ssl but they are empty. There is no /usr/bin/ssh. Last night's ``make world'' scored

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-07 Thread Doug Barton
On Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Matthew N. Dodd wrote: I've been building and rebuilding in an attempt to make sure that its not some stupidity on my part. Be assured that when I'm positive I've got a reproducable error that I'll let everyone in on the details. If you give us an idea where

Re: FINAL: Installation floppies and USB

2000-03-07 Thread Doug Barton
On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, John Daniels wrote: Oops: That's kudos for John *Baldwin,* NOT "Barton." A thousand pardons... Hey... calling him Barton is a _compliment_! :) Doug -- "Welcome to the desert of the real." - Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus, "The Matrix" To Unsubscribe:

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-07 Thread Doug Barton
On Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Matthew N. Dodd wrote: On Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Doug Barton wrote: If you give us an idea where your breakage is, we can tell you if it's a known problem. E.g., there is a known problem with PPP(D) and NO_OPENSSL that Kris and I have already worked out a fix for. Yep

Re: sshd in current....no config files in /etc/ssh

2000-03-07 Thread Doug Barton
Matt Heckaman wrote: Despite the name, mergemaster is not only for merging, it's about the most handy tool I've ever come across for make worlds, makes updating configs a very easy task indeed. Doug definately deserves a few hundred pats on the back for that program. Well, kind

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-05 Thread Doug Barton
"Matthew N. Dodd" wrote: On Sun, 5 Mar 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, 5 Mar 2000, Matthew N. Dodd wrote: I'm building with NO_OPENSSL and NO_OPENSSH and have still gotten hit with breakage. I can't fix this if you don't tell me what it is! What? Nobody else is test

Re: Make world error.....

2000-03-03 Thread Doug Barton
William Woods wrote: Running 4.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT #10: Wed Mar 1 10:25:09 PST 2000 on a IBM thinkpad 600E, 128 megs. while doing a make world of todays CVSUP I get this: What command line did you use? This looks to me like 'make -jN' breakage. I would try the following:

-current NO_OPENSSH NO_OPENSSL buildworld fails in src/usr.sbin/ppp/chap_ms.c

2000-02-27 Thread Doug Barton
Howdy, I'm not ready to play with the openssl/ssh stuff yet, but I wanted to test Soren's latest ATA stuff so I cvsup'ed and started a buildworld with the following make.conf options: CFLAGS= -O -pipe NOPROFILE= true NOSUIDPERL= true NO_OPENSSH= true NO_OPENSSL= true

Re: Am I doing this right?

2000-02-27 Thread Doug Barton
Steve Kaczkowski wrote: I'm trying to upgrade a 3.4 Release box to the latest Release tree, If you are at 3.4-Release that IS the latest release. If you mean that you want to upgrade to 3.4-Stable you should look at the stable-supfile in /usr/share/examples/cvsup. *default

Re: -current NO_OPENSSH NO_OPENSSL buildworld fails in src/usr.sbin/ppp/chap_ms.c

2000-02-27 Thread Doug Barton
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, 27 Feb 2000, Doug Barton wrote: Howdy, I'm not ready to play with the openssl/ssh stuff yet, but I wanted to test Soren's latest ATA stuff so I cvsup'ed and started a buildworld with the following make.conf options: I'm testing the fix now

Re: mergemaster fail with crypto changes

2000-02-25 Thread Doug Barton
Munehiro Matsuda wrote: Well that does't seem to work for me. Becase mergemaster doesn't use NOCRYPT stuff and /usr/src/crypto doesn't exist by default, if you just cvsup (or use CTM for my case). I think checking for crypto is just simple. It probably will be, but we all need

Re: After last ATAPI update system doesn't boot if modules loadedby /boot/loader.

2000-02-24 Thread Doug Barton
I can reliably reproduce this problem with the following lines in /boot/loader.conf.local splash_bmp_load="YES" bitmap_name="/boot/earth.bmp" bitmap_load="YES" I have the same VESA and splash screen options in my kernel now (sources cvsup'ed yesterday) that I did on the system

Re: minor nit with 4.0-RC2

2000-02-21 Thread Doug Barton
"Jeffrey J. Mountin" wrote: Nothing major Finished a build, installed, and mergemaster points out that the $FreeBSD line is missing from the /etc/group binary install. Hrrmm... so you did a clean install from floppies, etc. and the installed version of /etc/group didn't have a

Re: minor nit with 4.0-RC2

2000-02-21 Thread Doug Barton
"Jeffrey J. Mountin" wrote: At 08:37 PM 2/21/00 -0800, Doug Barton wrote: Hrrmm... so you did a clean install from floppies, etc. and the installed version of /etc/group didn't have a $FreeBSD tag? I'm a little confused by your account. Yes, a clean install. No, the

Re: [PATCH]: Teach make.conf about FETCH_BEFORE_ARGS

2000-02-20 Thread Doug Barton
Nik Clayton wrote: [ Sent to -current and -ports, followups set to -current ] Here's another trivial patch that people might like to comment on before I commit it. I'm doing more and more FreeBSD installs recently at various client sites, and adding "FETCH_BEFORE_ARGS=-p" to make.conf is

Re: Fixing init.

2000-02-19 Thread Doug Barton
Alfred Perlstein wrote: I remeber being a newbie and getting burned by the need to explicitly turn a line 'off' in my /etc/ttys file instead of simply deleting it. Here here. Doug -- "Welcome to the desert of the real." - Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus, "The Matrix" To

Re: openssl in -current

2000-02-19 Thread Doug Barton
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Victor Salaman wrote: I personally think that it's braindead to add openssl to the system and stripout parts of it (RSA IDEA). Don't get me wrong, I love to have Pardon me for coming late to the party, but what was the rationale

Re: openssl in -current

2000-02-19 Thread Doug Barton
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Doug Barton wrote: Pardon me for coming late to the party, but what was the rationale behind putting openssl into the source anyway? Given the rsa/no rsa problems, not to mention the US vs. the world problems, what were the benefits

Re: feedback on CD install of 4.0-RC2

2000-02-17 Thread Doug Barton
"Jordan K. Hubbard" wrote: Hmmm. Odd, I've always noted the opposite. If you do the novice install (which everyone should if they're trying to test the "typical case"), I've always found the term "novice" to be a little off-putting. Perhaps "Standard Install" would be a better

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-16 Thread Doug Barton
On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On Tue, Feb 15, 2000 at 04:10:59PM -0800, Doug Barton wrote: On Tue, 15 Feb 2000, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: `options XSERVER' is for vt0 only. sc0 doesn't need it to run the X server. Could you add appropriate comments

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-15 Thread Doug Barton
On Tue, 15 Feb 2000, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: `options XSERVER' is for vt0 only. sc0 doesn't need it to run the X server. Could you add appropriate comments to this effect in GENERIC and LINT? I have always been confused by this, and IMO the placement in the file is not sufficient to

Re: 4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread Doug Barton
On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, Doug Barton wrote: Far better is: I knew I should have tested this first # Mount NFS filesystems. if mount -d -a -t nfs | grep nfs /dev/null 21 ; then echo -n "Mounting NFS file systems" mount -a -t nfs echo . fi Doug --

Re: 4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread Doug Barton
On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, David Wolfskill wrote: I discovered this under 3.4-R, and checked that it's still the case for 4.0-RC. FWIW, in my process of rewriting the rc* scripts I came across quite a few of these extraneous messages/dependencies/etc. Improving this situation is "on my

Re: rpc.lockd... is done.

2000-02-13 Thread Doug Barton
"David E. Cross" wrote: Amitha (the person who has been working on the lockd code) has finished most of his work. There are still some issues with handling async locks and cancel messages. Also we were not able to implement the full NLM protocol as the FreeBSD kernel does not currently

Re: 4.0 release cosmetics: ftpd

2000-02-05 Thread Doug Barton
Marc Schneiders wrote: On Tue, 1 Feb 2000, Will Saxon wrote: Well, apparently we are supposed to replace a bunch of files is /etc whenever we make world. There is a command called mergemaster that does this, but the one time i used it (I did not read the directionsvery carefully) I

mergemaster requests

2000-02-05 Thread Doug Barton
Peter Wemm wrote: Doug Barton wrote: Out of curiosity, what specifically do you not like about it? I realize that not everyone is going to like/use it, but I am always interested in ways to improve the program. I don't know about everyone else, but my main beef

Re: 4.0 release cosmetics: ftpd

2000-02-05 Thread Doug Barton
Marc Schneiders wrote: On Sat, 5 Feb 2000, Doug Barton wrote: Marc Schneiders wrote: On Tue, 1 Feb 2000, Will Saxon wrote: Well, apparently we are supposed to replace a bunch of files is /etc whenever we make world. There is a command called mergemaster that does

Re: minor heads up - /etc/make.conf{,.local} being moved

1999-11-02 Thread Doug Barton
Matthew Dillon wrote: (Approved by jkh) /etc/make.conf.local will become /etc/make.conf and /etc/make.conf will become /etc/defaults/make.conf. This change is long overdue. The sys.mk adjustment has already been committed. An email has been sent to the CVS

Re: minor heads up - /etc/make.conf{,.local} being moved

1999-11-02 Thread Doug Barton
On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, Jason C. Wells wrote: On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, Doug Barton wrote: I think it is necessary to make it exit for now, because what we are really doing is a net-0 gain in files... turning what used to be functionality in /etc/make.conf.local into /etc/make.conf

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