Subject: Re: Watchdog Reset
To: Julian Coleman <email@example.com>
From: Jaka Jejcic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/06/2004 13:55:04
On Fri, Feb 06, 2004 at 12:12:49PM +0000, Julian Coleman wrote:
> > I can't give you the dmesg because there isn't any. Kernel is not fully
> > loaded when it happens. Kernel is (at least I think so, where do you
> > check for sure?) 64 bit. The whole release was cross compiled on
> > NetBSD/i386 (Except for X11 which I just can't build using build.sh)
> > I'll send more info when (and if) I get any.
> Is the i386 running -current? There are some problems with the gcc with
> 1.6.x which mean that cross-compiling 64-bit on 32-bit machines (and vice
> versa) doesn't work.
> I've put an almost current (last Friday) kernel for an Ultra 1 (the one I'm
> using on this machine) at:
> and the config files at:
> MD5 is:
> MD5 (netbsd) = dd692d6ed03a15ee0d04b98fe661df4c
> Maybe this kernel will work on your machine.
I tried your kernel and it works just fine. No problems at all.
So I guess you are probably right about cross compile problems -
I am compiling this on 1.6.1/i386. What abount gcc 3.x -- are
there any problems as well?
PS. Although your message was not sent to the list I'm sending this
reply for others potentially interested.