Subject: SYS V shared memory.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jason Henry Parker <email@example.com>
Date: 11/14/1998 14:26:06
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After an extended period with no pmax, I've got the beast running again,
and have upgraded to 1.3.2, but I can't seem to get shared memory working
again (if I remember correctly, it's one of the things not enabled by
default for installation kernels).
I've recompiled my kernel, with the following options added (I copied
the DS500025 file from /sys/arch/pmax/conf and modified as necessary):
I've copied the right kernel (netbsd.aout) into place, it boots, it
runs, it makes coffe and gets me up in the morning. But it just *won't*
run windowmaker, or gnome-panel, or...
*sigh* I had this working under 1.3.1, (or maybe it *was* 1.3.2) but
I seem to be forgetting something without being able to work out what.
Can anyone help me out, or even confirm that sysv shm *is* broken
---Jason Henry Parkerfirstname.lastname@example.org--- ____
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|pokes him in the belly.'' -- Stuart Littlemore, QC| \/
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