Subject: ipfilter LKM's for NetBSD on non-i386
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From: Darren Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/12/2000 23:52:55
> From: Richard Michael <email@example.com>
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> Subject: ipf 3.4.1 on netbsd/pmax 1.4.2 - minstall: arch not supported
> Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 09:14:27 -0400
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> Hello All,
> I've got a simple question that can probably be answered quite quickly by
> I'm building ipf 3.4.1 for my vanilla NetBSD/pmax 1.4.2 box and minstall is
> bombing out. The case statement only handles i386. Without reading that
> whole script and delving into it all, can some tell me, can build a LKM for
> pmax, or do I have to patch the kernel instead?
> Is there a manual lkm install process?
> It's all compiled, but the minstall is holding me up.
> I took a cursory look in the list archives for minstall, but didn't see
> anything applicable.
When I was doing the LM's for IP Filter, I could only test on i386 and
I only provided patches for i386 kernel conf files.
I've not really followed that through at all, so I'm not sure if
IPFILTER_LKM in the kernel is enough without patching the kernel