Subject: Re: 'MAKEDEV: ses0: unknown device' on several platforms
To: None <tech-userlevel@NetBSD.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 01/09/2007 22:42:32
>> B) move 'ses' from all the src/sys/arch/*/conf/majors.* files to
> I think (B) is also wrong as not all ports necessarily support scsi
I don't see why that makes it wrong. While I think it's wrong for
devices with existence/meaning for only a few ports to be there, by the
time something exists or is likely to exist on oh, say, maybe half the
ports, I think it's perfectly reasonable for it to go in.
> Yeah, I am having a hard time imagining a port w/o SCSI, but I think
> some of the older hardware options didn't have it.
hp300? playstation2? pdp10?? Probably a few of the less-known ports
don't do SCSI....luna68k, zaurus, cesfic, acorn26, mvme68k, pc532, to
name just a few that I know nothing about and without investigating
wouldn't even know when I saw hardware for.
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