Subject: Re: Building GENERIC Kernel
To: None <>
From: John D. Smerdon <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 04/17/1994 22:46:14
At 06:08 PM 04/17/94 -0400, Allen Briggs wrote:
>> 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.

I finally have a kernel compiled with two sl devices.  A couple strange
things that I noticed.

The std.mac68k include file in the conf directory, if you have 'machine
mac68k m68k', the symlink for the m68k in the compile directory will be
built.  The kernel won't work though...

The puts a Makefile in the compile directory that is different
than the one in the configure directory.  Copying the sample.Makefile over
the Makefile in the compile directory is required to get a clean build.

I still must have a /libkern.a symlink.

John D. Smerdon; Plymouth, Michigan; Contents are my opinion.
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