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Re: NetBSD/vax lives again!
On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 07:52:03PM +0100, Jan-Benedict Glaw wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-02-20 08:43:43 -0800, Matt Thomas
> <matt%3am-software.com@localhost> wrote:
> > With my latest commit, NetBSD/vax seems to survive to getting to
> > multiuser.
> > As part of the changes it that NetBSD/vax fully supports the new
> > world order
> > and does fast soft interrupts (which most ports don't support yet).
> With basically no NetBSD background, can I now build a full
> installation somehow? A 4.0 on VAX is running, or I'd install a ia32
> version and cross-compile from there?
> MfG, JBG
You can very easily build a full installation from anything *NIX. I have
recently built the full VAX installation from my Linux laptop.
Once you have the source tree, cd to src and use build.sh
My commands were:
./build.sh -m vax -T ../tools/vax -U -u tools
./build.sh -m vax -T ../tools/vax -U -u release
I think you can do it all at once but that is how I did.
You will get xtools in the tools directory and everytning needed for an
$ ls releasedir/vax/binary/sets/
BSDSUM CKSUM MD5 SHA512 SYSVSUM base.tgz comp.tgz etc.tgz
games.tgz kern-GENERIC.MP.tgz kern-GENERIC.tgz man.tgz misc.tgz
$ ls releasedir/vax/binary/kernel/
BSDSUM CKSUM MD5 SHA512 SYSVSUM netbsd-GENERIC.MP.gz
$ ls releasedir/vax/installation/
bootfs/ miniroot/ netboot/
Christer O. Andersson
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