Subject: Re: Problems building May 18th V1.2 sources on a V1.1 i386 box
To: None <>
From: Mike Long <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 05/28/1996 16:54:28
>From: "Burns, Scott" <>
>Date: 	Thu, 23 May 1996 19:42:12 -0400

>The kernel config file was as follows (basically a stripped down

>isa0    at root

This is wrong.  You should instead have:

mainbus0 at root
isa0 at mainbus0

>Everything compiled fine until the link of the kernel which seems to
>include some
>type of sound board driver code which is referenced in:

>ld -z -Ttext F8100000 -e start -x -o netbsd ${SYSTEM_OBJ} vers.o
>pss.o: Undefined symbol `_ad1848_probe' referenced from text segment

I find it odd that pss.o is in SYSTEM_OBJ, when you did not include
any pss devices in your config file.  If pss had been configured, it
would have pulled in the ad1848 code automatically.  Obviously
config(8) has been confused, possibly because you have isa0 at root
instead of mainbus0.
Mike Long <>     <URL:>
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