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Re: Installing -current
On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, Jan-Benedict Glaw wrote:
I'm failing to compile some of the more interesting packages with
NetBSD-4.0 . It seems -current should come along with the PIC-fixed
compiler and shared libs enabled. How do I install that on a naked
SIMH VAX? I tried to find some binaries, but it seems all the snapshot
and daily directories don't contain any VAX packages?
It looks like there is an issue building a -current kernel:
/home/builds/ab/HEAD/src/sys/dev/tc/asc_tcds.c:451:2: error: #error
TURBOchannel only exists on DECs, folks...
Interestingly that section has not changed since 2000
addr = (u_int32_t *)ALPHA_PHYS_TO_K0SEG(pa);
addr = (u_int32_t *)MIPS_PHYS_TO_KSEG1(pa);
#error TURBOchannel only exists on DECs, folks...
So it looks likely that some change has caused that file to be
included in the vax build.
As a quick test you could:
- Download and extract NetBSD current src - the tar.gz files from
- comment out any line starting asc from
sys/arch/vax/conf/GENERIC and sys/arch/vax/conf/INSTALL
- Run './build.sh -m vax release' (should work on any NetBSD
architectures and most other unix like systems, eg Linux etc)
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