Subject: Re: ser.c and ttneread
To: Michael L. Hitch <>
From: Arthur Hoffmann <>
List: amiga-dev
Date: 05/16/1994 10:41:46
> On May 15, 10:51pm, Arthur Hoffmann wrote:
> > Everything goes fine until it comes to loading netbsd
> > and it tells me that _ttnread in ser.o is not defined.
> > I have seen the function in tty.c, Is there any way around this bug? 
>   Yes, just remove the serselect routine in amiga/ser.c.  It's not
> being referenced anymore.
> > Also The list has been awfully quiet recently I wonder if I've been
> > kicked off... Any way to chekc tahat?
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Thank's for your reply, Michael
I did as you suggested, and the kernel compiled fine :)
Just loading it seems to be a bit strange. 
To make sure all works I just built a Generic kernel GENERIC
make depend
Anyway when I boot the kernel it reports that I'm running on an Amiga
then it tells me ztwobus0 at mainbus0
no suitable root.

What went wrong now? I have an A3000.
Now I commented out all the scsi drivers in my GENERIC file, except
ahsc0, also I suped the very latest 16.05.1994 stuff and did make
depend;  make again, now The kernel doesn't
compile anymore, because of a missing include file: machine/profile no
such file or directory. I just found the file in
/usr/src/sys/arch/m68k/include/profile.h. I'll try to make a link to
that and see what happens.


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