On Mon, Feb 23, 1998 at 12:42:15PM -0800, John-Mark Gurney wrote:
> Eivind Eklund scribbled this message on Feb 23:
> > Two places where I had problems with noschg yesterday:
> > gnu/usr.bin/ld/rtld
> > and
> > secure/lib/*
> > as a result of setting LIB_PRECIOUS and using <bsd.lib.mk>.
> I'm assuming you mean PRECIOUSLIB...
Could very well be. It is used in secure/lib/*/Makefile, and the schg
flag be set from <bsd.lib.mk>. I never set it explictly.
> > Do no-one else have problems with this? (The same tree built fine as
> > root).
> well... you can't set the schg flag as a normal user... (and it doesn't
> report an error?) did you have a stale /usr/obj dir from a build as root?
It reports an error. I just want it to build cleanly.
> I'm starting a build with PRECIUSLIB set just to make sure... but I think
> it's because of a stale /usr/obj...
I didn't use /usr/obj as the temporary. And I only had a newly
created account with no group-privileges on the machine in question,
so I don't believe anything at all would have worked if I had tried to
build over a root-owned tree?
I'll blow away the source and object-tree and do another test from
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