Subject: Re: 1.5kernel breakage
To: Matt Thomas <email@example.com>
From: Chuck McManis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/11/2000 14:51:12
Just to be clear a "-current" kernel or a "current kernel". I've been
trying to track the 1.5 release which forked of from the mainline a couple
of weeks ago and this particular breakage is in the netbsd-1-5 branch of
the source. 1.5E sounds like a -current kernel since I believe the tag on
the 1.5 branch is _ALPHA2 at the moment.
One of the issues with -current vs 1.5 is the ELF support and I'm trying to
avoid mixups in the binary format as they are quite a headache to debug!
At 02:41 PM 9/11/00 -0700, Matt Thomas wrote:
>At 02:42 PM 9/11/2000 -0700, Chuck McManis wrote:
>>I cvs'uped a couple of days ago and built a new 1.5 kernel (still trying
>>to build a kernel without the pmap_enter panic) and this one boots on my
>>VS3100/M76 but goes into a loop prior to going multiuser with a bunch of
>>messages about the cache being wrong. They don't seem to be captured in
>>either the dmesg or log output so I can't reproduce them for you here.
>I'm running a current kernel without problem on my VS4000/90A.
>(along with a current snapshot of 1.5E)
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