Subject: elf2aout missing
To: None <port-pmax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Terry R. Friedrichsen <email@example.com>
Date: 07/01/1996 09:33:56
Apologies if I should know the answer to this already ...
I've gotten NetBSD/pmax running on my maxine and have installed Jonathan
Stone's latest snapshot. I grabbed all the source .tar.gz files and
proceeded to build a kernel, starting with the NEWCONF configuration.
That evidently succeeded, with only a couple of minor glitches, giving me
a netbsd.elf file, but then died because elf2aout wasn't there. I looked
through the snapshot and through the sources, and it isn't there, unless
I grossly blew it.
I'd appreciate it if somebody could let me know where to find it ...
Terry R. Friedrichsen
P. S.: Just FYI, there's a comment in the NEWCONF file about pseudo-
device ether which says "what does it mean?". According to the 4.4BSD
config document, pseudo-device ether is used by ARP on 10Mbps Ethernets.