Steps to enable compilation follow.
- Enter the "g03" directory.
- Copy this code and name it compile.sh:
#!/bin/bash PATH=$PATH:`pwd`:`pwd`/bsd g03root=`pwd`/.. bsd/bldg03 all &> make.log
Then, use "chmod +x compile.sh".
You can have a look at what happens in make.log, as both stdout and stderr are redirected there.
Now we'll edit some files:
#if (-e flc) then # source $g03root/g03/bsd/g03.login # $oncom $makename -f $locmake $makeflag linda #endif
You must also patch the following files:
patch -p1 bsd/i386.make < i386_make.diff patch -p1 bsd/mdutil.c < mdutil_c.diff patch -p1 bsd/updatelink1 < updatelink1.diff
EDIT: This may not work as these patches were not taken from a vanilla g03. Use them as a way to fix problems you may face but don't expect them to work out of the box. I will have a look at g09 and release better patches for it.
Then just type:
If, at any time, you wish just to link the already compiled files that may have failed linkage, replace bsd/bldg03 all with bsd/bldg03 linkrest.
Changes made to the Makefile will put the default compilation, hence the omission when calling bldg03.
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