We've built oa 4.2-STABLE /usr/src (loaded with cvsup) tree by
running "make buildworld", then a "make installworld" on machine "A"
(originally a 4.0-RELEASE), then built a new kernel, which worked fine.
Now we NFS mount the machine "A":/usr/src to machine "B":/usr/src (also
and run "make installworld" which dies with the message:
"install: /usr/src/include/osreldate.h: No such file or directory"
The build logon machine "A" says this file was created on the fly during
the "make buildworld" by 'newconf.sh' . Do we have to do a "make
buildworld" on every
system? Is there a way to re-create the file? Dagnabbit, we hope not!
What we'd like is to have the compiled tree mountable for installs.
Hurf Sheldon, Dir. Research Systems email:
Program of Computer Graphics voice:607 255 6713 fax:607 255 0806
580 Rhodes Hall, Cornell University
Ithaca, N.Y. 14853
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