Subject: Re: Compiling NetBSD for SPARC on NetBSD 1.0
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From: Pete Delaney <pete@RockyMountain.rahul.net>
Date: 10/11/1995 05:19:19
> > Rolf Grossmann:
> > David S. Miller:
> > Martin Cracauer:
> > 'Most Excellent' Eric Mehlhaff:
> > and other 'Most Excellent' NetBSD Hackers:
> > NetBSD installed with only minor difficulties.
> > I'm now trying to compile
> > a recient src snapshop under NetBSD 1.0 and tried doing a
> > make links
> > in the
> > ./src/sys/arch/sparc
> > directory and found the makefile expecting a directory
> > sbus
> > but the directory missing.
> I hope it turns out to be sufficient to just remove the dirctory from the
> make file as I have done.
> > There appear to be kernel config commands, yet
> > the config command is not being found in my search path.
> I found config in /usr/sbin and ran config on the GENERIC_SCSI3 with the
> debug stuff turned on. It's compiling now, -g, so I'm now wondering how
> to us the kernels debuggers, like kgdb. For instance their was a parameter
> for the KGDBDEV, set to 0xc01. Is it safe to assume that oxc01 is ttya and
> 0xc02 is ttyb? Is the kgdb stub included in the kernel or is kgdb an external
> program like kgdb (as it is in SunOS).
It appears that compiling with the DIAGNOSTIC option is broken, it's
barfing in ../../../dev/is/ncr5380.c in some code that is #ifdef'd.
It appears that PSL_IPL and PSL_IPL2 are undefined.
I'll remove DIAGNOSTIC from the config file.