Resuming compilation sesssion
Loren M. Lang
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Wed Feb 16 11:48:26 GMT 2005
On Sun, Feb 13, 2005 at 12:12:12PM +0100, Erik Norgaard wrote:
> Vittorio wrote:
> >With a FBSD 5.3 box I use to compile my favourite programs from scratch
> >cd /usr/ports/prog_I_want
> >make install clean
> >But sometimes I have to interrupt the compilation because the PC is shared
> >with other people.
> >How can I resume the compilation session from where I stopped it?
> If you <crtl>-c, then compilation breaks. As long as the 'make clean'
> has not been done, next time you 'make' it will continue where it stopped.
> If it is only a short period, you can <crtl>-z (suspend), then you can
> see the job with 'jobs', make it nice 'renice -20 %<jobnumber>', start
> it again in background with 'bg %1' or in foreground with 'fg %1'.
This also applies to using portupgrade, but if you stop portupgrade with
<ctrl-c> then you need to remember to resume portupgrade with the -w
> Cheers, Erik
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