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 Re: make.conf/make world script
Author: David Heaps 
Date:   12-02-02 01:15

Dan,

Hmm I should have been a bit more specific (apologies).

In your original article under the "The make-world script" dated 30-July-2000, I am referring to the the "NOTE" you added (See Below), this is the bit I was trying to help fix.

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"USING THE SCRIPT"

On 26 August, 2001, I changed the script slightly. It now requires changes to /etc/make.conf (you should create that file if it doesn't already exist). Ensure the following entries exist in that file:


SUP_UPDATE= yes
SUPFLAGS= -g -z -L 2
SUPHOST= xeon
SUPFILE= /usr/share/examples/cvsup/stable-supfile

NOTE: I have not been able to get the above to work. I have had to resort to upgrading my source by issuing the cvsup command directly.
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Regards,

David

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Dan Langille 10-02-02 17:55 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
David Heaps 11-02-02 06:08 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
Dan Langille 11-02-02 19:55 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
David Heaps 12-02-02 00:16 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
Dan Langille 12-02-02 00:55 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
David Heaps 12-02-02 00:52 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
David Heaps 12-02-02 01:15 
 Re: make.conf/make world script   new
Dan Langille 12-02-02 07:53 


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