Subject: compiling NetBSD-current/Amiga, (Was: Re: Profiling with NetBSD)
To: Carsten Hammer <email@example.com>
From: Ignatios Souvatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/18/1995 17:09:59
In article <DGJsJq.HuF@hermes.hrz.uni-bielefeld.de>, email@example.com
(Carsten Hammer) writes:
> PS: i cant compile a current kernel. There seems to be a program "gspa"
> missing. Where can i get it?
Its in the distribution.
Someone (probably me) should point out, that you need to
cd /usr/sbin/gspa; make depend; make
before compiling the kernel anew. gspa is Paul Mackerras' assembler for TMS34010
code, which is needed for the A2410 kernel driver and make depend.
Solaris 2.1: it's slow, needs 200M of disk space and comes without C compiler,
which makes it remarkably close to MS-Windows. firstname.lastname@example.org