Subject: Re: Compile problems
To: Christopher Preston <C.Preston@mailbox.uq.edu.au>
From: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
Date: 02/04/1998 17:35:59
On Thu, 5 Feb 1998, Christopher Preston wrote:
> mjbedy wrote:
> > I have sup'ed to newest sources (ksrc-common, and ksrc-pmax) for a couple
> > weeks now and every time I try to compile a kernal, it stops at files
> > scc.c with the error ioasic_cd is undefined (line 441 I believe)
> I had this problem also. I found where ioasic_cd was defined, and
> included this
> in scc.c
> #include "ioasic.h" if it was called ioasic.h of course.
> BUT - when it did compile, things didn't work very well. a 'dmesg'
> in an error something like can't find device at address 0/0 or something
> (this is from memory). Other problem, like ps not working (I think).
> give more details from here.
These errors don't sound like the kernel doesn't work. These errors,
savecore: can't find device 0/0 and ps not working, sound more like errors
from not having the running kernel be /netbsd.