Contributed by jose on from the help! dept.
Does anyone here know how to compile XFree86 4.3.0 from source for OpenBSD 3.3/SPARC?
I am running a SS/5 w/ 2.1 GB HD, 96 MB RAM, and OpenBSD 3.3 sans X11R6 packages is running on it.
I have already started compiling the source code (from gzipped tarballs at: www.xfree86.org), and have run into an impasse.
Here is my dilemma:
# make World >& world.log # make install >& install.log # # vi install.log(The log reads:)
make: don't know how to make mkdirhier.sh /tmp/xc/config/util *** ERROR CODE 2 Stop in: /tmp/xc/config (line 1072 of Makefile) Stop in: /tmp/xc/ (line 1108 of xmakefile) Stop in: /tmp/xc (line 216 of Makefile)Can anyone help me with this.
I compiled from the 7 gzip'ed tarballs (XFree86src-1.tgz, etc.) from XFREE86.org, used cc as the C compiler, and unpacked everything into /tmp, a 700MB HD partition.
I have already debugged most of the configuration files needed by XF86, this was where I got stuck. No changes that were not outlined explicitly by the XFREE86 install notes and OpenBSD-specific notes were made to any configuration file."
Anyone have any suggestions? Is this possible to have XF86 4.3 on Sparc?
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