gunzip < wrap0730.tar | tar x wrap/inst -ov 07291014.9gz wrap/inst -ov 10140327.9gzlook at the files that failed to install, on our case this was some wrap binaries and /lib/vgadb. Make a backup copy of these files and then force an install of the updates:
wrap/inst -Fov 10140327.9gzthen apply any changes to the files that were replaced.
See the install instructions on Vita Nouva's web page.
Add the inferno user and group by adding the following lines to /adm/users
extract the inferno files into a location such as /dist. Make sure all the files are owned by inferno with group inf.
run the inferno install script:
mkdir /usr/inferno chgrp inf /usr/inferno chgrp -u inferno /usr/inferno rc /dist/install/Plan9.rc -u /usr/inferno
add a line to your lib/profile like:
bind -a /usr/inferno/Plan9/$cputype/bin /binafter the bind for the existing /bin dorectory
to start inferno use a command like:
followed by wm/wm to start the window system.
We had to reset the permissions on the inferno /tmp dir. To do this on the fileserver console type:
remove /usr/inferno/tmp create /usr/inferno/tmp 777 d
to set up an inferno home dir on the fileserver
create /usr/inferno/usr/dpx dpx dpx 744 d
copy the files from /usr/inferno/usr/inferno to your inferno home dir so you can use Charon, and get a reasonable plumbing file. then bind your normal plan9 home dir on top of the inferno home dir and then start inferno
bind -ca $home /usr/inferno/$home emu -g900x900and then login using wm/logon.
More hints about Inferno/Charon can be found on the tips page
wrap/inst -ov tex.9gz
diff /sys/src/cmd/cvs/src/client.c.orig /usr/src/cms/cvs/src/client.c 3579,3580c3579 < if (! buf_empty_p (from_server) < || getc (from_server_fp) != EOF) --- > if (! buf_empty_p (from_server))after the patch, it can be build with:
cd /sys/src/cmd/cvs/src/ mk install