Peter J. Blok
pblok at inter.NL.net
Sat Oct 4 02:58:36 PDT 2003
I did a make includes but it wasn't fixing the include files in netinet or
other sub-directories below /usr/include. When I removed /usr/include before
a make includes everything was present, but the make world failed again. So
the conclusion was: my cvsup'ed tree was corrupt.
My cvsup didn't update anything nor was it complaining about things when I
called it again.
All my systems are time synched.
It was until I removed /usr/include and /usr/src and did the same cvsup it was
ok again. I was using cvsup2.freebsd.org and haven't tried others.
On Thursday 02 October 2003 03:22, Doug White wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Sep 2003, Peter J. Blok wrote:
> > Hi, I was under the impression a successful make world was updating
> > include files in /usr/include/netinet too.
> > When I have a good make world, the files in /usr/include have new time
> > stamps, but the ones in netinet have not!
> Are you sure the files are different?
> You can try doing 'make includes' from /usr/src/ to see if it fixes your
> compile issues. This forcibly reinstalls the header files.
> Also check that your checkout is complete.
> > Am I missing something here? My current stable doesn't compille properly
> > it fails in kdump on a missing ioctlcmd_t typedef.
> > Peter
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