Persisten buildworld errors

Stephen Hocking shocking at
Thu Aug 19 12:06:22 PDT 2004

> > > You can try doing a 'make includes' to try to overwirte whatever busted
> > > include files you have, but it might not fix things. You may want to grab
> > > a snapshot disc and "upgrade" to it.
> > >
> > Please don't suggest people to run "make includes".  This will likely
> > break upgrades from older systems because headers (most noticeble one
> > is /usr/include/osreldate.h) will not match the installed world, and
> > you will fool your buildworld into thinking it's running on a more
> > current system than you actually have.
> Yeah I know make includes is evil, but this installation is obviously
> missing pieces, and its a last-ditch effort before regressing to a
> snapshot.
> Unless you have a better idea :)

I had gotten the source tree off ctm-cvs., which suggests that the cvs tree 
that the ctm chunks are made from is incomplete. I know my source tree was up 
to date with regards to it, which is why I was asking. How are people with 
working build trees getting their sources?

    "If any question why we died
    Tell them, because our fathers lied."

			 - Rudyard Kipling.

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