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make install modifying
Presently, I'm setting up a netboot system (several), and am finding it
rather annoying to build apps for that system. For example, I want to
get openssh installed on it. So, I download and run
(well, sysconf's specified too, but you get the picture.
Anyway, that compiles and make install works just fine, but then
the binaries expect to find config files in /netboot/common/root/usr/etc,
but since /netboot/common/root is mounted on / that doesn't work well.
Setting --prefix=/ screws up the "make install" stage.
Is there a reasonably standard way to make "make install" assume a
sort-of chroot-like environment when installing? I can copy the
binaries by hand, but that's time-consuming, and doesn't have the
handy side-effect of creating default config files, server keys, etc.
Tips (aside from "just install a distribution and copy the files you
need to the netboot root")?
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