Subject: Re: Compiled a kernel but...
To: None <port-atari@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Nat! <email@example.com>
Date: 10/28/1995 21:04:00
In <FJYVFJBSUP@zumdick.rhein-main.de> you (Nat!) wrote:
>In <m0t7rn3-00007uC@waux11.wau.mis.ah.nl> you (Leo Weppelman) wrote:
>>> I compiled the kernel overnight and all went except when
>>> it came to linking. One file called "zs.c" wants a symbol
>>> called "_abs" (probably wants stdlib).
>>No! A kernel should _not_ rely on these files, nor should it have
>>libc linked in or such. I bug you saw was introduced because
>Er yes, I was not going to link the standard lib to the kernel :)
I put in the abs() stubs into zs.c and grfabs.c. And the kernel
links well and appears to be running fine.
I was building this kernel to get CDROM support, which was not built
in. So I said in the config options that I wanted CD9660 support,
copied that info wisely from a SUN config file, and remade the kernel
and saw that the cd9660 stuff was indeed compiled.
But it isn't working when I say:
mount_cd9660 /dev/cdrom /cdrom
It says: read only file system
Fair enough, then I say
mount_cd9660 -o rdonly /dev/cdrom /cdrom
And I get "no such file or directory".
What gives ? Is anyone using a CD-ROM on the Atari with NetBSD ?
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