Subject: Re: current state of TGA?
To: R. C. Dowdeswell <email@example.com>
From: Michael G. Schabert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/02/2001 15:14:30
>Hmmm, this looks more like a problem with the X binary itself,
>because at that stage it is trying to open shared objects---not
>trying to configure the screen.
>What version of NetBSD are you using?
alpha# uname -a
NetBSD alpha.prez.net 1.5W NetBSD 1.5W (prez) #18: Wed Jul 11 22:57:53 EDT 2001
I had stopped building -current when I was bitten by a kernel bug in
early July which gave me libc problems & signal 11 issues. I had been
awaiting the next snapshot to ensure that I had a good working
"everything" before trying to build again.
Anyone else wonder how port-mac68k can make snapshots weekly on
ancient 68040 hardware, while the big & mighty Alphas can only manage
to do it about every 6 months?
I would think that my 1.5W should have the patches that B. James
suggested. In a quick check, though, my sources don't (I hadn't even
been doing my anoncvs updates. I'm going to download everything from
the July snapshot, install it all, and download a -current source.
I'll make a kernel from that & see if I fare better.
I'll post an update if it works, or new errors if it doesn't ;-)
Thanks for your time,
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