Subject: Compiling current kernel on sparc
To: None <>
From: Tamer Ziady <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/19/1999 13:54:32
Hello all;

	I am new to this list and this OS. Please bare with me. At any
rate, I installed 19990810-snapshot of netbsd on a sun4m. I am trying to
compile a new kernel and it breaks with the following:

cc  -O2 -Werror -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes
-Wpointer-arith -Wno-main -I. -I../../../../arch -I../../../.. -nostdinc
../../../../dev/rasops/rasops8.c: In function `rasops8_makestamp':
../../../../dev/rasops/rasops8.c:183: `ri' undeclared (first use in this
../../../../dev/rasops/rasops8.c:183: (Each undeclared identifier is
reported only once
../../../../dev/rasops/rasops8.c:183: for each function it appears in.)
*** Error code 1

I know this has to do with the wscon and other console items, but I am
unsure of how to remedy this and get a working kernel.

My Config is as follows:

include "arch/sparc/conf/std.sparc"
maxusers        132
options         SUN4M           # sun4m - SS10, SS20, Classic, etc.
options         RASTERCONSOLE   # fast rasterop console
config          netbsd  root on ? type ?
## System call tracing (see ktrace(1)).
options         KTRACE
options         SYSVMSG         # System V message queues
options         SYSVSEM         # System V semaphores
options         SYSVSHM         # System V shared memory
## NFS boot options; default on sparc is the bootparam protocol
options         UCONSOLE
options         COMPAT_43       # 4.3BSD system interfaces
options         COMPAT_10       # NetBSD 1.0 binary compatibility
options         COMPAT_11       # NetBSD 1.1 binary compatibility
options         COMPAT_12       # NetBSD 1.2 binary compatibility
options         COMPAT_13       # NetBSD 1.3 binary compatibility
options         COMPAT_SUNOS    # SunOS 4.x binary compatibility
options         COMPAT_SVR4     # SunOS 5.x binary compatibility
#options        EXEC_ELF32      # Exec module for SunOS 5.x binaries.
file-system     FFS             # Berkeley Fast Filesystem
file-system     MFS             # memory-based filesystem
file-system     FDESC           # user file descriptor filesystem
file-system     PROCFS          # /proc
options         QUOTA           # FFS quotas
options         INET            # IP (Internet Protocol) v4
options         TCP_COMPAT_42   # 4.2BSD IP implementation compatibility
options         GATEWAY         # packet forwarding ("router switch")
options         MROUTING        # packet forwarding of multicast packets
options         DIRECTED_BROADCAST      # allow broadcasts through routers
options         NETATALK        # AppleTalk (over Ethernet) protocol
options         NTP             # Network Time Protocol in-kernel support

mainbus0 at root
cpu0    at mainbus0

obio0   at mainbus0                             # sun4 and sun4m
iommu0  at mainbus0                             # sun4m
sbus0   at iommu0                               # sun4m

auxreg0 at obio0                                # sun4m

power0  at obio0

clock0  at obio0                                # sun4m
memreg0 at obio0                                # sun4m
eccmemctl0 at mainbus0                          # sun4m
timer0  at obio0                                # sun4m
zs0     at obio0                                        # sun4m
zstty0  at zs0 channel 0        # ttya
zstty1  at zs0 channel 1        # ttyb

zs1     at obio0                                        # sun4m
kbd0    at zs1 channel 0        # keyboard
ms0     at zs1 channel 1        # mouse

dma0    at sbus0 slot ? offset ?                        # sun4c/sun4m
esp0    at dma0 flags 0x0000                            # sun4m
scsibus* at esp?
sd*     at scsibus? target ? lun ?              # SCSI disks
pseudo-device   vnd     4
ledma0          at sbus0 slot ? offset ?                # sun4m on-board
le0             at ledma0                               # sun4m on-board
pseudo-device   loop
pseudo-device   bpfilter        8
pseudo-device   ipfilter

tcx0            at sbus? slot ? offset ?

pseudo-device   pty             32      # pseudo-ttys (for network, etc.)
pseudo-device   rnd

As you can see very simple. Please advise if you see anything wrong.


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