Subject: Re: Building GENERIC Kernel
To: Kevin Wilson 315-456-1404 <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 04/17/1994 18:08:56
> Thanks, I have gotten GENERIC to compile and boot.  The key seemed to be
> using sample.makefile in place of the one in the distrabution.

Actually, you should be using to generate a
Makefile of your very own.

> Is there a recogmended source for the non-kernel/non-memory resident parts of
> BSD?  And if so how tricky is it to rebuild functions such as `ps`, which
> broke with the new kernel?

Are you looking for the source code?  Check out

> PS. Can anyone tell me what the serial controller chip is in the macIIx so
> I don't have to take mine all apart to find out?

For all the macs that I'm aware of, it's the Zilog 8530 or clone.


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