Subject: Re: where is limfree defined?
To: None <>
From: Mike Long <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/22/1996 11:46:02
>From: (Sverre Froyen)
>Date: Sun, 21 Jan 1996 14:32:46 -0700 (MST)
>When building a kernel supped a few days ago I get,
>loading netbsd
>kern_exit.o: Undefined symbol `_limfree' referenced from text segment
>Where is limfree defined?


find /usr/src/sys -name '*.c' -exec grep '^limfree' '{}' /dev/null \;

to find out.

I'd just like to take this opportunity to note that this question
would be a lot easier to answer if it were possible to make kernel
tags.  I've seen at least one PR go by on this topic; why wasn't it

I've seen core members state that kernel tags are broken, but no one
has ever said *why* they are broken, nor what is needed to fix them.
I have a fix that works for me, but I don't want to send-pr it if my
PR will be ignored like the last one was.
Mike Long <> 
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