Subject: Re: netbsd kernel compiling
To: None <>
From: Michael L. Hitch <>
List: amiga
Date: 10/10/1994 12:01:10
On Oct 10,  8:51am, Ron Roskens wrote:
> Direct from the mouth of Marc Duponcheel:
> > The linker complains about
> > _memcpy not resolved
> > (I think I read something similar once ...)
> > I write a memcpy and now it succeeds
> There exists a problem with using gcc 2.6.0 to compile the kernel. I'm not
> sure exactly where the problem is, but if you use the gcc included in /usr/bin
> then it should compile fine.

  Gcc 2.6.0 now uses memcpy (instead of bcopy) for structure assignments.  To
use gcc 2.6.0, you will have to add memcpy to the kernel library routines.


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