Subject: Source tree/kernel agony.
To: None <>
From: John Booth <>
List: current-users
Date: 06/04/1994 23:41:40
I've currently got the May 2nd binaries from 
installed and am trying to update to the latest source (May 31st).  I 
am following the instructions in the FAQ--is this a good idea?  When 
I build ld,gcc,gas,or usr.bin any executables there core dump when 
ran.  Do I need to compile the kernel and restart before making 
those?  I made the new config and ok, but when ran they 
just sit around (genassym sits there and does nothing--no core dump, 
but it just sits there....).  In desparation I compiled 
/usr/src/lib/libc, /usr/src/gn/lib/libmalloc, /usr/src/lib, and other 
things on the FAQ steps--all the libraries 
(compiled/assemebled/linked with the old compiler/linker/etc) 
compiled fine.

BTW original ne2000's don't support IRQ10.                               
|John A. Booth                   osmesne seurrunged mi keyo!!! |
|(It'll look prettier as I edit it later)                      |