Subject: RE: bootstrapping NetBSD_1.0 to current (COMPAT_10)
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Keith Lewis <email@example.com>
Date: 12/01/1994 15:10:35
> From: George Michaelson <G.Michaelson@cc.uq.oz.au>
> hmmm. src tar_files from Nov 22, then SUP to current. all modules
> deleted as per sup request.
> config.new GENERIC fails, eisa stuff missing.
Yep. The `make depend' fails complaining about misisng
> tailor kernel file, remove eisa, make & attempt a boot.
> dies on very first probe, immediate screenblank and return to BIOS boot tests
Dies just after the line with the spinning wheels...
> using 1.0 libs, make cleandir in src/lib and src/sys so no stale stuff left
> over form prior builds. (rm'd compile/... dirs too)
> stock NetBSD-1.0 kc-aha-10.fs works just fine.
> If probe order reflects config file order, then the NPX or PC0 is a problem
> but why is beyond me.
> Anybody else seeing this kind of problem?
Yep All kernels I've build since supping on the 29th Nov have failed.
(System is a 486 ISA Osborne 8Mb)
Keith Lewis ( firstname.lastname@example.org )