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Old 6th April 2015
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Default Building OpenBSD userland from source

Hi - apologies if this is a n00b question. I am attempting to follow current and build from source for the first time. I have successfully built the kernel and am running it. In trying to build userland, I have discovered that in bsd.subdir.mk (in /usr/share/mk) ${MAKE} is being invoked with a -C (capital C) option that is not legit for pmake.

I see that -C is a legit option for gmake so if I'm doing something wrong, I'd sure appreciate a nudge in the right direction. My google fu has not availed me on this one.

Thanks in advance
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