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Re: Can't build version 5 kernel

On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 08:01:08AM -0400, Michael D. Spence wrote:
> I am setting up a version 5 system from scratch.  I burned the V5 iso
> and successfully installed it on the targeted computer, an old HP
> Pavilion 7955.  While the GENERIC kernel can see the NICs, it gets
> an error (can't map device registers) and the NICs aren't available.
> I looked into generating a custom kernel.  I downloaded the source
> sets and put them on the target system and created a new configuration
> file to enable some PCI fixups that I though might be useful.
> I then followed the instructions in Chapter 31 of the NetBSD Guide to
> compile
> the new kernel.  I keep getting ioconf.o (.data+0x6238): undefined reference
> to 'stfattach'
> Does anyone have any suggestions on what could be going wrong?

Probably you disabled IPV6 and not stf device in kernel config. Either
enable IPV6 or disable stf.


Daniel Horecki

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