Subject: Re: Top
To: Karl-Gunnar Hultland <dixie@Krille.Update.UU.SE>
From: Greg Oster <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/24/1994 08:16:57
Karl-Gunnar Hultland writes:
> I am trying to get top to compile on my NetBSD1.0b Amiga
> and I cant get it to run, all configs I try lack some
> headerfiles. And now my questions are:
> Have anyone managed to get top running?
> If no-one has, what machinearchitecture should be the
> closest for me to start working with?
I'm assuming you have the source for Top 3.2. Use anonymous FTP to
get the file "/pub/netbsd-top-machine.c" from "resort.com". Put that
file in the "top-3.2/machine" directory (I think I called it something
like "netbsd.c"). Follow the other "make" instructions, and when
asked for the machine name, use "netbsd".
Works like a charm...
Department of Computational Science
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA