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Re: port-sun2/56158: sun2 m68000: super-block backups (for fsck -b #) at: 32,nbmakefs: Writing inode 152 (work/./bin/cat), bytes 528384 + 4096: No space left on device

Hi Chris,

On Sat, 2021-05-08 21:02:05 +0100, Chris Pinnock <> wrote:
> What system are you using to build with? I have successfully built a
> sun2 release today on Debian 10. You might do better with the
> standard gcc.

It's a Debian sid / Debian unstable system, so everything is quite
new. And for the mentioned build
( /, the
"gcc-snapshot" compiler (as per log, it was:

	/usr/lib/gcc-snapshot/bin/gcc --version
	gcc (Debian 20210320-1) 11.0.1 20210320 (experimental) [master revision 3279a9a5a9a:6526c452d22:5f256a70a05fcfc5a1caf56678ceb12b4f87f781]

> BTW for sun2, you can just specific -m sun2 (you don’t need the -a).

  Does that hurt? I hope it doesn't! Because I've setup jobs to just
work down all the targets listed by "./build-sh list-arch", so both
machine and arch are supplied all the time.

  I'll schedule another build for sun2/m68000 using "just" the older
system compiler. Let's see what's happening with this. (Queued as, but as
I'm still testing, I might kill/restart the jobs, so. This time, we

	gcc --version
	gcc (Debian 10.2.1-6) 10.2.1 20210110

However, as far as I understand, the NetBSD (native) parts should have
been built with NetBSD's own cross-gcc, no?


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