Subject: Build success on Alpha
To: None <port-alpha@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Brian Cully <email@example.com>
Date: 06/11/1998 20:30:44
Well, for the first time in the ten or so months it's been since I first
put NetBSD on an Alpha I had laying about the office, I've finally managed
to build world.
I swear I heard angels.
It turns out I just had to rebuild the toolchain from source (which
involved doing a small patch to it that I haven't had time to really
investigate). The other bits involved frobbing with domestic/lib/libntp,
as I've described earlier, plus the small patches to yacc (and I'll
submit a diff post-USENIX).
I still haven't heard why I have to put a copy of libntp_pic.a into
domestic/lib/libntp. I assume this problem only plagues the Alpha or
I would have seen it on the other lists by now. Can someone please
explain this to me?
Brian Cully <firstname.lastname@example.org>
``And when one of our comrades was taken prisoner, blindfolded, hung
upside-down, shot, and burned, we thought to ourselves, `These are the
best experiences of our lives''' -Pathology (Joe Frank, Somewhere Out There)