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Re: help building sendmail after patch
On 19 Sep 2003 at 10:04, Dirk Rösler wrote:
> On Friday, Sep 19, 2003, at 05:34 Asia/Tokyo, Ben Goren wrote:
> > OpenBSD installations without the compiler can be extremely
> > useful. You just have to generate patched binaries on a different
> > system (or get them from somewhere else).
> Yes, but it is not always obvious which binaries you have to move
> afterwards. For example for now I have only copied over the new sshd to
> my compiler-less system. I am not sure whether this is sufficient. For
> sendmail, I couldn't tell which binaries I needed on the other side.
Create a custom directory tree, install into it, and now you can
tarball it knowing that you've got everything you need with all the
cd /usr/src/etc ; make DESTDIR=/tmp/custom distrib-dirs
cd /usr/src/usr.bin/ssh ; make DESTDIR=/tmp/custom install
btw, DESTDIR is fully documented.
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