Fixing cvsup bus error
besko at msu.edu
Wed Sep 10 15:10:01 UTC 2008
Thanks that helped alot. I used portsnap to update my ports tree then
rebuilt ezm3 and cvsup and life is much better. Thanks for the pointer.
Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:26:45AM -0400, Lisa Besko wrote:
>> I'm getting the bus error mentioned in PR bin/124353 and I need a bit
>> more detail on how to apply the patch.
>> Right now I'm getting the following error when I try to do a make on
>> Fatal Error: bad version stamps: SupTCP.m3
>> I put the changes in the
>> /usr/local/lib/m3/pkg/m3core/src/unix/freebsd-4.amd64/Unix.i3 file
>> I created the file
>> /usr/local/lib/m3/pkg/m3core/src/runtime/FBSD_AMD64/RTHeapDepC.c since
>> it didn't exist on my system.
>> I'm running 6.4-PRERELEASE
>> I am not clear on where I should be making these changes or when I
>> should make them so if someone would be kind enough to point me in the
>> correct direction I would appreciate it.
> I can see how the PR is confusing in this regard. The problem is with
> ezm3 (the Modula3 software), which cvsup relies on, and not really with
> cvsup itself.
> The patches in the PR (from jkoshky@) are for the ports/lang/ezm3
> software. Those patches were added to the lang/ezm3 port about 3
> weeks ago:
> Are you at all able to update your ports tree using csup, even if just
> temporarily? If so, the patches should get pulled down, and all you
> have to do is:
> * pkg_delete cvsup-without-gui and ezm3 from your system (use pkg_info
> to find out what their exact names are, then pkg_delete them)
> # cd /usr/ports/lang/ezm3
> # make clean
> # cd /usr/ports/net/cvsup-without-gui
> # make clean && make && make install
> If you cannot update your ports tree, you'll have to download these
> two files:
> Take the first URL and save it as /usr/ports/lang/ezm3/Makefile
> Take the second URL and save it as /usr/ports/lang/ezm3/files/extra-patch-fcntl
> Then follow the same steps I listed above (starting with the
> Hope this helps.
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