Subject: Re: dot in path name?
To: Drew <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/01/1994 18:34:34
> 1) I keep getting an error every so often.. It pops up and says
> "sh: warning dot in path name" (something like that)
In your ~/.profile it sets the PATH variable. Simply remove the
'.' that is in that line.
> 2) Also I'm not hooked up to a netowkr, so I keep getting a tty1 device
> not configured every so often as well. This pops up in groups of
> three lines. (Same error one right after another)
I think you mean ttye1. This is the retina console, and it sounds like
you don't have a retina. Simply edit /etc/ttys, and put a # in front
of the line that looks like:
ttye1 "/usr/libexec/getty Pc" vt200 on secure # retina
So, it will look like:
#ttye1 "/usr/libexec/getty Pc" vt200 on secure # retina
> 3) Does anyone have an A3000 compiled kernal? What are the advantages
> of having a kernal compiled specifically for your machine?
> What do I need in order to compile it on my A3000?
Yes. The only thing I notice is that you can comment out things that your
machine doesn't have, like 68040 support, retina support, etc, etc.
This results in a smaller kernel, and more free real memory.
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