Subject: Re: dev/isa/pckbcvar.h in current
To: D'Arcy J.M. Cain <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/05/1999 12:11:46
> In file included from machine/pccons.h:22,
> from ../../../../arch/i386/isa/pccons.c:115: ../../../
> ../dev/isa/pckbcvar.h:63: syntax error before `pckbc_slot_t' cc1:
> warnings being treated as errors ../../../../dev/isa/pckbcvar.h:63:
> warning: function declaration isn't a prototype *** Error code 1
You probably got an inconsistency into your config file.
There are two ways to use pccons - normally you just have
pc0 at isa0 port 0x60 irq 1 # generic PC console device
in your config file, and perhaps a
opms0 at pc? irq 12 # PS/2 auxiliary port mouse
but no special "pckbc" keyboard controller driver.
A more exotic way (if one wants to use the new pckbc driver
or perhaps a wheel mouse without completely switching to wscons)
is to have
pc0 at isa?
in conjunction with
pckbc0 at isa0
pcconskbd* at pckbc?
opms* at pckbc?
pms* at pckbc?
pmsi* at pckbc?
wsmouse* at pms?
wsmouse* at pmsi?
You obviously have a mix of both, "pc0" and "pckbc",
but not "pcconskbd".
I'll look into this whether the error can be caught in
an obvious way - but it must fail because a plain
pccons and pckbc would access the same hardware and
mess it up horribly.