Subject: Re: More Re: 2.0 alpha kernel build question
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Johan A.van Zanten <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/26/2005 20:13:58
bob smith <email@example.com> wrote:
> bob smith wrote:
> > Is anyone having success with custom kernel for alpha under2.0?
> > I am getting a couple of errors when trying to config.
> > I built a new drive from 2.0 iso. think I have all the 2.0 sets, from
> > that install, and think all the tools are correct.
> > I had doen a custome kernel under 1.6.2, works fine, and think I can
> > use the
> > same parameter file to do the config etc. I get teh same errors using
> > the
> > generic that comes with the cvs for 2.0, as I do with my file.
> > Here is what I get with Generic -
> > cavan20# config GENERIC
> > ../../../../netinet/files.ipfilter:21: syntax error
> > ../../../../net/files.pf:16: syntax error
> > *** Stop.
> > HELP! Please
> > bob
> Curiouser and curiouser
> I look in the 2.0 directory, and the config date is Nov 2004. I upgrade
> to the alpha
> build that Mickael did, and the date is dec 2004. I get the same error
> with an attempted
> kernel config.
It works OK for me:
sarasvati:/usr/src/sys/arch/alpha/conf $ config GENERIC
Build directory is ../compile/GENERIC
Don't forget to run "make depend"
-rw-r--r-- 1 johan wheel 20368 Jul 16 2004 GENERIC
I've been using this to build my kernels with 2.0:
./build.sh -o -x -U -u -T /local/NetBSD/tools kernel=PARATHA
You may not want to throw any of those flags at build.sh. All you really
It sounds a little like some of your source tree might be out of date?
When was the last time you sync'd it with the NetBSD servers?