Subject: Re: X on a Retina-Z3 (to be or not to be current)
To: Marc Duponcheel <email@example.com>
From: Bernd Ernesti <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/02/1995 18:52:59
> Hello amiga@NetBSD.ORG, Hello Jim
> > Jim Alexander
> > To users/developers of -current kernel sources - have there been any
> > changes since 1.0 that will force me to recompile binaries other
> > than the kernel? I've only got kernel sources.
> I am not a current developer (and not a current user see below). I have
> the same question.
You need new libs and other new binaries, for example gdb !!! which works now.
> *something* makes current not run as it should ...
Ups, why that ? Here it works.
> (2b) I ftped latest gcc
Oh, PLEASE use the gcc which is in current ! There is NO garantee that a 2.6.x
works with the current kernel and binaries.
> (2c) I rebuilt *everything* (yes *everything*) that compiled (about 99%)
> [my A4000 was busy (not permanent) 4 days]
It tooks me one day to update from 1.0 to current :)
> (3b) bad news: some other binaries (new or old ones) did not work (e.g.
> df) + other problems (ncd xterminal no longer served).
That is maybe a problem with the a different gcc and not the one from current.
> (4) back to working set of netbsd ... :-|
> My question is:
> Is this a 'normal' situation or is it exceptional. (I never have such
> 'bad' interaction for new binaries & kernels on my Linux PC). I
> 'almost' considered switching to Linux for Amiga ...
Thats normal when you use current.
> What is the previous stable current (and what will be the next stable
I don't have any problems since 6th Januar. I use current since that day.
P.S: When I have time I make a set of binaries and upload it on regensburg,
but don't expect that for the 15th this month.