Subject: Being lazy about kernels (1.4.1)
To: None <port-pmax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Mauricio Tavares <Mauricio@proedint.com>
Date: 09/17/1999 12:06:42
Ok. I was doing a ps to see what is running right now in my machine,
after rebuilding my kernel (to install netatalk and samba),
ps: proc size mismatch (1472 total, 696 chunks).
ps: statfs on /proc failed: No such file or directory
ps: fallback /proc-based lookup also failed. Giving up...
and found I have the problem that has been described in
The prescribed solution seems to require recompiling quite a lot of
binaries to get it to work. Is that the only solution? As you can see,
Filesystem 512-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/rz0a 63342 51456 8718 85% /
/dev/rz0d 434748 342264 70746 82% /usr
/dev/rz0f 395114 85844 289514 22% /home
kernfs 2 2 0 100% /kern
I did not give much space in /usr in my little 540MB HD to put all the
source files. What else could I do?
If it sound slike I am trying to find an easier/lazeir way out, it is the