sklauder at trimind.de
Fri Nov 18 06:02:36 PST 2005
trying to upgrade my Ultra 1E from 5.3-RELEASE to 6.0-STABLE.
Since I hazard to guess that this would take a considerable
amount of time (to put it mildly) when built on this machine,
I decided to cross-build it on my main i386 machine.
make buildworld TARGET_ARCH=sparc64 went fine. After that,
I (naivetely) nfs-mounted /usr/src und /usr/obj from the i386
machine, but the installworld target failed because the install
toolchain (/usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/legacy/usr) are i386 binaries
(which makes sense).
Can I nfs-mount the / and /usr filesystems from the Sun on my
i386 machine and then do an 'installworld DESTDIR=/mountpoint
TARGET_ARCH=sparc64'? Is there a recommended method (read:
documented) for doing this?
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