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Re: Newbie Kernel Programmer looking for first project.
I'm new to cvs, I know I should be using cvs to modify
the kernel source but I've never used it before.
Could someone point me to a tutorial
for cvs for the way the netbsd project uses it?
I know I need to do the following
download the source (done, using anoncvs)
start modifying the source (cvs is used here somehow?)
make a diff
open a pr with the diff.
n Briggs <briggs%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 01:20:45PM -0700, Michael Litchard wrote:
> > hmm, the only references I can find on how to cross-compile are
> > daemonews ezine articles, and for whatever reason, I cannot rend those
> > pages. Does anyone have a mirror to those files or pointers to similar
> > docs?
> The standard build.sh build is essentially a cross-compile. You can
> either build for the same architecture that you're building, or you can
> build for a different one by passing a different -m <arch>, but in
> either case, it's set up as a cross-compile. Just take a look at the
> "BUILDING" file in src.
> Allen Briggs | http://www.ninthwonder.com/~briggs/ |
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