Can not build world

Steve Kargl sgk at
Fri Feb 15 06:03:22 UTC 2013

On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 12:04:15AM -0500, Brett Wynkoop wrote:
> (installincludes) sh /usr/src/tools/ -C -o root -g wheel -m
> 444  _ctype.h _inttypes.h _langinfo.h _locale.h _monetary.h _stdio.h
> _stdlib.h _string.h _time.h
> _wchar.h /usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/usr/include/xlocale ===> kerberos5
> (includes) set -e;
> cd /usr/src/kerberos5; /usr/obj/usr/src/make.arm/make
> buildincludes; /usr/obj/usr/src/make.arm/make installincludes ===>
> kerberos5/doc (buildincludes) ===> kerberos5/lib (buildincludes) ===>
> kerberos5/lib/libasn1 (buildincludes)
> compile_et /usr/src/kerberos5/lib/libasn1/../../../crypto/heimdal/lib/asn1/
> compile_et: No such file or directory *** [asn1_err.h] Error code 1
> Stop in /usr/src/kerberos5/lib/libasn1.
> *** [buildincludes] Error code 1

Easy button: Add WITHOUT_KERBEROS to /etc/make.conf.

See email archive for long story.

The short story.  You did not have kerberos on your
system, which means that compile_et is not present
in /usr/bin.  Now, you want kerberos and kerberos
does not build compile_et as a bootstrap tool.  So,
now you need to manually install compile_et.  The 
fun really begins because you need some header/library
from kerberos to build compile_et.  So, once you figure
out which header/library you need, you build and install
it.  Then build and install compile_et.  And, finally,
you can make world.


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