Can not build world

Brett Wynkoop wynkoop at
Fri Feb 15 07:00:58 UTC 2013


Thanks to both you and gonzo for the fast informed responses!

On Thu, 14 Feb 2013 22:03:16 -0800
Steve Kargl <sgk at> wrote:


> > 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.

After this past week I appreciate the easy button!
> 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.

I appreciate the short story.  I like to understand the how/why of

I am giving this a try, but it still begs the question that since I
never changed make.conf before and never made any choices about
building or not building kerberos why it broke all of the sudden.  What

I am also going to test Gonzo's solution.  I will report back what I



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