Subject: Re: 7248: pci or no pci, that is the question
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jochen Kunz <email@example.com>
Date: 02/13/2004 13:56:13
On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 07:28:25AM -0500, Sam Carleton wrote:
> It is my impression that I will have to build my own
> kernel that has IDE support.
> It is my understanding that
> I can build the prep kernel on my i386 NetBSD machine with the
> correct flags. Correct?
> If this is the case, can I also
> build it on a SPARC machine running Solaris 8 with gcc? I
> ask because the SPARC is faster and had a lot more HD
This should work. In theory NetBSD is cross buildable from any POSIX
environement. There sould be suitable documentation on the NetBSD web
site about cross building.
> Ok, so I am assuming I am correct on everything so far.
> Once the kernel is built, how do I build the sysinst
> floppy? I will need to make a .fs file because I will
> have to make the floppy on a Windows machine.
Modify the GENERIC and INSTALL kernel config files and do a
./build.sh <what additional options you ever need> release
and you will get a complete installation set.