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Re: TS7200_INSTALL kernel problem solved - kernel too big!


Here is the result:

server10# nm -n netbsd | tail
00000000c04e27e0 B vic2_intr_enabled
00000000c04e27e4 B todr_handle
00000000c04e27e8 B isa_chipset_tag
00000000c04e2878 B isaio_ex
00000000c04e287c B isamem_ex
00000000c04e2880 A __bss_end__
00000000c04e2880 A __end__
00000000c04e2880 A _bss_end__
00000000c04e2880 A _end
00000000c04e2880 A end


Patrick Collins
+61 419 712 581

2008/12/12 Matt Thomas <matt%3am-software.com@localhost>:
> On Dec 11, 2008, at 7:16 PM, Ken Hornstein wrote:
>>> Following is the kernel configuration file that I have tried using
>>> CURRENT. I think I have disabled everything I possibly can but it
>>> still drops to the debugger when I attempt to load it.
>> So ... on the kernel you build from this config file ... can you do
>> the following?  (Substitute "netbsd" for whatever kernel you are loading.
>> Do this on the actual kernel binary, NOT the s-record version).
>> % nm netbsd | sort | tail
> nm -n netbsd | tail

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