Contributed by tbert on from the cant-find-the-right-door dept.
Due to internal changes in how atexit(3) is implemented, upgrades from source require a special set of steps:
To support the use of atexit(3) in dynamically loaded shared objects, atexit(3) is now provided by the C runtime startup files. If you want to upgrade via source you will need to build and install new C runtime startup files first: cd /usr/src/lib/csu make clean make obj make depend make make install Now you can follow the standard procedure outlined in release(8).
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