Subject: Re: why does my kernel break?
To: Jonathon Weiss <jweiss@MIT.EDU>
From: Allen Briggs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/10/1995 08:20:49
> Last night or the night before I sup'd over ksrc-common and
> ksrc-mac68k. I used it to build two kernels on my IIci, one using the
> GENERIC config file and one using an copy of the GENERIC file with LKM
> enabled. The later printed several vm_fault messages right after
> saying ti was switching the root to /dev/sd1a. The former panic's
> with a message about zero. (I'm blanking on the exact message, and I
> don't feel like taking my machine down right now).
> I'm currently running with the netbsd.vx (GENERIC 113) kernel that
> Allen built without a problem.
> Is there something obivious that I'm missing?
No. I seem to have broken the IIci (and apparently nothing else !?) in
the last week or so. If you (sing.) can, please try netbsd.scott as it
contains about the only fix that I think of...
Allen Briggs - end killing - email@example.com ** MacBSD == NetBSD/mac68k **
Where does all my time go? <a href="http://www.netbsd.org/">Guess.</a>