Subject: None
To: Eric <>
From: Adam Glass <>
List: port-sun3
Date: 04/03/1994 10:53:54
> Trying to build a kernel from the tarfile source, I can't get mkdep to
> work right... gives invalid command lines for cpp whether I
> use the gcc cpp or the sunos cpp.  This is gcc 2.5.8, incidentally. 

which tarfile source? you mean the one from a while ago?  that was
deprecated in favor of supped sources.

> Secondly, without make depending (i know, but I had to try it. :) It
> compiles straight through, then can't find the following things when
> linking: 
> loading netbsd
> ld -X -n -N -e start -T 0E004000 -o netbsd ${SYSTEM_OBJ} vers.o ../libkern.a
> Undefined
> _nexecs
> _execsw
> _exec_maxhdrsz

kern/exec_conf.c or something similar.

>  I suppose this could be because of not make depending, but 
> 1) where do I find a mkdep / cpp that work with this? The netbsd
>    versions don't seem to. 
> 2) Where are those 3 symbols defined? 
> Sorry for the beginners questions. I'm just getting into the port. 
> oh, incidentally the kernel it generated boots partly... gets up to
> "prom0 at mainbus0" and hangs. 

are you sure you are using current sources?