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Date:      Fri, 13 Sep 1996 16:16:09 +0200 (MET DST)
From:      grog@lemis.de (Greg Lehey)
To:        henerz@micromedia.co.uk (Henerz)
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org (FreeBSD Questions)
Subject:   Re: kernel compile
Message-ID:  <199609131416.QAA24101@allegro.lemis.de>
In-Reply-To: <199609131341.OAA04130@ns.micromedia.co.uk> from "Henerz" at Sep 13, 96 02:39:15 pm

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Henerz writes:
>
>> On my system, line 26 of the Makefile is:
>> 		
>> 	.if exists(./@/.)
>>
>
>> Is this what you have at line 24?
>
> yes this is what is on mine too.  this has actually, thinking about it, only
> started happening since i updated my gcc install... do you think that this has
> something to do with it?

Possibly.  Check where you have your make.  The one you need is
probably /usr/bin/make.  The 'wh' script that I used (a variation on
the standard utility 'which') is:

# wh: which which works (goes via PATH variable)
# Greg Lehey, LEMIS, 15 February 1994
tmpfile=/tmp/`basename $0`.$$
(for j in $*; do
  for i in `echo $PATH|sed 's/:/ /g'`; do
    if [ -f $i/$j ]; then
      echo $i/$j
    fi
  done
done) >$tmpfile
if [ -s $tmpfile ]; then
# GNU ls treats -lf and -fl differently
  xargs <$tmpfile ls -fl
else
  echo No files found
fi
rm $tmpfile



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