Build/install failure of devel/subversion
mueller6724 at bellsouth.net
Wed Dec 25 11:55:23 UTC 2013
On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 3:11 AM, Thomas Mueller
<mueller6724 at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> Then I won't have to boot the NetBSD-current amd64 16 GB USB stick every time I want to update the src (stable-10 and HEAD), ports and doc trees.
Scot Hetzel responded:
> Stable-10 and HEAD has svnlite, so you won't need to install the
> subversion port to update/download src, ports or doc trees.
I am sort of put off by "lite" versions in general, even have WITHOUT_SVNLITE=yes in /etc/src.conf .
I'd put WITHOUT_SENDMAIL=yes in /etc/src.conf as well but am attracted by having certs in /etc/mail.
I originally partitioned hard disk using gdisk on a USB 2.0 stick installation of FreeBSD 9.2_STABLE.
This installation includes subversion from ports, but then I found re(4) didn't work with Ethernet on new motherboard.
I just had a thought, now that I have wi-fi working, Hiro 50191 USB adapter with rsu(4).
Maybe I could chroot to FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE on USB stick after doing a null mount of /usr/src (also ports and doc) and establishing Internet connection?
Presumably this would then use rsu(4) driver which is only on FreeBSD 10-stable and HEAD and not in GENERIC kernel config?
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