Subject: disklabel bootstrap code broken on PMAX: NUMBOOT should be 2
To: None <>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
List: port-pmax
Date: 09/12/1994 13:13:09
The NetBSD Makefile for disklabel defaults to not defining
NUMBOOT to zero, which means on a pmax, disklabel can't write
bootstrap code.  I don't understand why this is different from
the 4.4-Lite source, which by default assumes that NUMBOOT should be 2.

For now I've hacked the Makefile as below.

I could try patching the NetBSD disklabel.c to be closer to the 4.4-Lite
disklabel.c -- including updating the usage messages -- but I don't know 
if they'd be merged into the NetBSD tree.

*** 1.1	1994/06/25 04:26:16
--- Makefile	1994/09/12 20:11:56
*** 20,25 ****
--- 20,29 ----
+ .if ${MACHINE} == "pmax"
+ .endif
  .if ${MACHINE} == "hp300"