Subject: Re: GENERIC.local in INSTALL kernels unexpected (i386)
To: Greg Troxel <>
From: Luke Mewburn <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 11/14/2005 11:16:23
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On Fri, Nov 11, 2005 at 07:47:51PM -0500, Greg Troxel wrote:
  | I am building a NetBSD/xen box, and I want IPsec in all my kernels.
  | So, I put options IPSEC{,_ESP,_NAT_T} in GENERIC.local, and kicked off
  | a full release.  It failed with INSTALL_TINY not fitting on a floppy
  | by 82 kB, or something like that, and I immediately realized that
  | INSTALL kernels include GENERIC.local.   This seems wrong, so I have a
  | local change to have INSTALL kernels include INSTALL.local instead, so
  | that adding something large to GENERIC.local only adds space to
  | kernels one runs rather than installs.
  | I'm building now and will see if all the floppies fit; INSTALL_PS2
  | includes GENERIC_PS2TINY so therefore GENERIC.local, which seems
  | wrong.
  | Should I commit this?

Yes please.

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