Subject: Re: Terminal type of su
To: None <email@example.com>
From: David Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/08/1994 09:53:31
> > #options "COMPAT_09" # compatability with older NetBSD release
> > options "COMPAT_10" # compatability with older NetBSD release
> ^^^ I don't believe you should be doing this.. especially if you are
> compiling a 1.0 kernel. COMPAT_10 is for 1.0A kernels,
options COMPAT_10 is in the GENERIC config, commented as "compatibility
with older NetBSD release". I assumed it is a good thing to be
compatible with oneself.
> > #options "COMPAT_43" # 4.3 BSD compatible system calls
> Hmm.. I hve never commented this out.
Given that I have updated binaries to "1.0 release", I should not need this
> > #options "TCP_COMPAT_42" # Use 4.2 BSD style TCP
> Nor this.
It's about bloody time that people starting doing IP as per spec. Is Sun
still brain0-damaged about this? Maybe that explains the rlogin problem.
Still, if we don't break things now, how will we ever encourage standards
> > config netbsd root on sd0 swap on sd0
> Umm, don't you have to specify the partition too? root on sd0a swap on
Hey - the damn thing boots. This has always worked for me. Maybe it assumes
a for root and b for swap.
David Jones, M.A.Sc student, Electronics Group (VLSI), University of Toronto
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