Re: Debian GNU/FreeBSD packages missing
On Mon, Feb 03, 2003 at 10:30:45AM -0500, Nathan Hawkins wrote:
> Yes. The main problem is that it is very difficult to get /usr/include
> to a usable state. glibc breaks compiling nearly all the sbin and
> usr.sbin sources from the FreeBSD tree, and those are necessary. (It
> also breaks bind9, due to severely screwed up headers in
> /usr/include/inet.) I hadn't yet got to the point where I can compile
> the kernel itself.
Can't we have both? at least temporarily, untill we get time to fix the
sbin and usr.sbin FreeBSD sources. the compilation of BSD base utils can
be a bit tricky, but this way we can get a usable system for developement
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not rightly owned if it is only owned and not shared."
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