Subject: Re: cellphone modem troubles
To: Matthias Ferdinand <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
Date: 01/02/2007 17:56:38
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On Wed, Dec 27, 2006 at 09:36:46PM +0100, Matthias Ferdinand wrote:
> --On Mittwoch, Dezember 27, 2006 11:19:27 +0100 Ignatios Souvatzis=20
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Sorry - this is the first time I suspect you're using a wrong kernel.
> >(You mentioned GENERIC in your first message).
> >What's the difference between GENERIC and your GENERIC?
> Ah, I tried to save compilation time for netbsd-4 (for which I could not=
> find a binary version) by using a stripped down config I had been using=
> before with 3.0, and then config claimed syntax errors after updating the=
> /usr/src/sys tree to netbsd-4.
Yes, config changes as the kernel source changes.
One solution would be go grab the current (or 4.0 as desired) tree, and=20
have build.sh build your kernel. See the kernel=3DFOO directive.
The advantage is that build.sh will also build up-to-date tools. Tools=20
configured to run on your running OS level.
Yes, it does mean a lot of source...
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