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Re: exporting /usr/src and /usr/obj to save buildtime for older machines
On Sat, 23 Mar 2002 07:19:22 +0100
Han <email@example.com> wrote:
> 5) make build in the exported tree.
You issue a second 'make build' in the exported tree. So if i get it
right you do the second 'make build' on the slower pI166. This step is
not nessecary, the system is already build on in the src tree. Just
issue 'make install' on the pI166, works for me. Doing a make build on
the p400 and on the pI166 defeats the whole point for exporting the
/cvs/src tree and having a faster compile / install.
> 6) Do the rest of the normal stuff.
> Is there anything I forgot?
Make sure you that the mount point on the pI166 is the same as the path
to src on your p400, this because in the build process some files are
symlinked to the obj directory.
so /cvs/src on the p400 should also be mounted to /cvs/src on the p166
Maybe look at mergemaster for installing files in /etc /var and /dev.