Build fail on OpenBSD 6.5 amd64
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Wed Sep 25 13:01:38 CEST 2019
Den ons 25 sep. 2019 kl 10:52 skrev Ulrich Kalloch <ulli at noc23.de>:
> >> if you have installed firmware remove it if possible.
> > The install Process check that /usr/include/machine is empty.
> >> then check that the directory /usr/include/machine is empty.
> > If not clean it.
> > I think this part is way off and probably all the way into "bad advice".
> > Cleaning /usr/include/machine is wrong, and fw_update seems completely
> > unrelated to either the contents of the C includes or building WG.
> but without cleaning /usr/include/machine the install Process fails ...
I made an amd64 VM to test and it went fine:
install -d "/usr/local/bin" && install -m 0755 "wireguard-go"
gmake: Leaving directory '/usr/src/wireguard/wireguard-go-0.0.20190908'
[+] Cleaning up build directory
comptest# ls /usr/include/machine/
_float.h exec.h limits.h rbus_machdep.h
_types.h fenv.h loadfile_machdep.h reg.h
I think your comp-less box was messed up in more ways than you know,
probably because of the random "lets poke here, rerun unrelated fw_update
there" and you had no idea which of your actions made it back into a usable
shape again. Redo your test from scratch (without skipping the compiler
set) and post the output on a pastebin.
If there is an error it needs to get fixed for real and not with
hand-wavingly delete include files needed for other things.
May the most significant bit of your life be positive.
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