Date: Sat, 07 May 2022 07:35:39 UTC
On 07/05/2022 16:12, Tatsuki Makino wrote: > Hello. > > If you are using poudriere-3.3.7_1, the installation process is handled by function installworld in file /usr/local/share/poudriere/jail.sh. > The rest you can see, it uses the host /usr/bin/make and appends DESTDIR to make it install in a directory other than /. > > Regards. > > Mikhail Holt wrote on 2022/05/07 13:29: >> Hello All, >> >> First time user of Poudriere with novice questions. >> >> The man page for poudriere-jail states: >> >> -m method >> Pre-built distribution options: >> src=path Install from the given directory at path. >> This directory will not be built unless -b >> is given. It is expected that it is al- >> ready built and maps to a corresponding >> /usr/obj directory. >> >> If Poudriere will do a make installworld using /usr/obj, which is already built, how is /usr/src specified so that Poudriere can find make? >> >> Thanks in advance. >> Mikhail. >> Hi, Thanks all for replying. Yes, pkg info shows poudriere-3.3.7_1 on the host. I looked at /usr/local/share/poudriere/jail.sh in particular the installworld function. I now see that my understanding of the -m src= option was incorrect. I tried what Dimitry suggested and it worked. So thanks again. Mikhail.