make, etc, whereis, commands broken
shinjii at virusinfo.rdksupportinc.com
Wed Mar 2 00:08:07 GMT 2005
> That depends on what you did. If they're completely gone, you'll need
> to get them back; backups are the traditional way of fixing this. In
> the worst case, a complete base system reinstall (possibly updating
> from source, if you have enough of your system left to do that) will
> fix it up.
/usr/obj/usr/src/usr.bin/make/make and all the other commands that dont work
exist like the make command, but when something like a make install or
portupgrade etc is issued it fails ... so i've obviously stuffed the main
Most other things work its mainly the make, whereis, vi, clear, fetch, ftp and
other things that rely on make ....
If i re-do the base system will that then cause the various ports i have
running to need re-configuring.. e.g. dhcp, named httpd etc
This sort of thing is really beyong my present knowledge lvl of BSD at
present, so exscuse the dumb questions.
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