[Clc-crux64] curx64: AWAKE!

lsantil at dslextreme.com lsantil at dslextreme.com
Wed Aug 4 22:47:06 UTC 2004


Sorry.  Forgot to mention...thanks goes to Thomas Mausbach for providing
the web space to host my tar balls.

Louis

> Things have been really crazy for me here at work.  I write business
> systems and end of fiscal year is approaching so I'm staying late at work
> and generating tons of code to generate reports.  But...
>
> I did manage to clean somethings up and net-tools in ports/base is still
> giving me issues (won't build yet).  I think everything else builds.  I
> don't promise this to compile for anyone but me on my FC2 install with a
> bin86 0.16.6 rpm I found somewhere (for lilo).
>
> If someone has an Athlon64 running FC2 and bin86 0.16.6 time please take a
> look at <http://crux.avenir.de/Crux64-20040804.lps.tar.bz2> or
> <http://crux.avenir.de/Crux64-20040804.lps.tar.gz>.
>
> Louis
>
>> Sorry for the delay.  I thought I would do some clean up before I
>> release
>> something and then I went ATV riding on Sunday.  But, I bring good news!
>> I was able to (magically) compile sysklogd and I cleaned up some build
>> errors I was receiving with lilo (it's too smart for its own good; it
>> tries to use /usr/bin/manpath to figure out where to install its
>> manpages
>> when the fall back /usr/man is good enough and doesn't break on my FC2
>> box).  Funny, I don't remember making any changes to sysklogd so that is
>> why I call it magical.  So right now I'm running a 'make bootstrap' and
>> I'll see where that takes me before I release.
>>
>> The tar ball I'll produce will be quite big but I don't feel comfortable
>> putting it up on my personal web server (which is also my personal file
>> server).  Does anyone have a place I might be able to put it?  The
>> belios
>> project space maybe?
>>
>> Louis
>>
>>> While I at conference a couple weeks ago I was able to compile lilo
>>> 64-bit.  The solution however, was a bit unique (may not work for a
>>> final
>>> crux64 build; may be FC2 AMD64 specific) and not at all clean (a few
>>> things need to be cleaned up).  So the last thing required to make a
>>> bootable crux64 CD (at least for me) is to get syslog compiling.  I
>>> admit
>>> I have been slacking and have been caught up with other things in my
>>> life
>>> (like conference, catching up at work, buying a Honda Sportrax 250EX
>>> ATV
>>> and a trailer).  Hopefully soon, I be able to do some more work on
>>> crux64.
>>>  I'll place a tarball of what I have up on my web site a bit later
>>> today.
>>>
>>> Louis
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