Subject: FOLLOWUP: Re: building -current for macppc (still) fails in ofwboot
To: Havard Eidnes <he@NetBSD.org>
From: Timo Schoeler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/18/2005 19:37:21
>>>>removing the 'static' declaration from startup and setup in
>>>>Locore.c fixes the problem.
>>>The strange thing is that this does not cause a build problem in
>>just out of curiosity -- could you post the dmesg of the machine?
> The host I'm building on is running NetBSD/i386 2.0_STABLE, but
> all the tools are of course set up to do cross-compilation, so I
> don't see how that would be relevant?
i tried this on an NetBSD/i386 2.0.2_RELEASE for months now and it never
built okay. it always crashed in ofwboot (Locore.c). of course i made
sure to have the obj files extinguished before, i usually check out
freshly from CVS.
neither crossbuilding from i386 nor a native build in macppc came
trough; on the latter i tried 2.0_RELEASE as well as 2.0.2_RELEASE ,
3.0_BETA, and 3.99.9. no success.
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it's sure that the i386 host has *no* memory errors. it's a production
machine and as i'm always sceptical on that plan i386 stuff it's 'server
grade hardware', i.e. features ECC.
furthermore the G4 -- although it doesn't feature ECC -- is surely okay. :)
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>>>What versions of gcc and ld do you use when building? Cross-
>>>reference with what I use, see above.
>>they're exactly the same.
> Hm, then I think I'm out of ideas about what this problem is.
okay, seems to be the same as when the MCHK issue came up... weird.