[pups] 2.11 on an 11/44

Bill Gunshannon bill at cs.scranton.edu
Fri Feb 28 06:25:35 AEST 2003

Well, the fun continues. I guess it's not going to be as simple as
it is with newer BSD's.

When I try to build a custom kernel I get this:


# make|more
make -f Make.sys I=/usr/include H=../h M=../machine AS="/bin/as -V" CPP="/lib/cpp -P -DKERNEL -DUOFS -I. -I../h"  CFLAGS="-O -DKERNEL -DUOFS -I. -I../h" ED="/bin/ed"
cc -O -DKERNEL -DUOFS -I. -I../h -S ../sys/init_main.c
/bin/ed - < SPLFIX init_main.s
/bin/as -V - -o init_main.o init_main.s
rm -f init_main.s
cc -O -DKERNEL -DUOFS -I. -I../h -S ../sys/init_sysent.c
/bin/ed - < SPLFIX init_sysent.s
/bin/as -V - -o init_sysent.o init_sysent.s
rm -f init_sysent.s
cc -O -DKERNEL -DUOFS -I. -I../h -S ../sys/kern_acct.c
/bin/ed - < SPLFIX kern_acct.s
/bin/as -V - -o kern_acct.o kern_acct.s
rm -f kern_acct.s
cc -O -DKERNEL -DUOFS -I. -I../h -S ../sys/kern_clock.c
/bin/ed - < SPLFIX kern_clock.s

And the "?" go on forever. Can't even break out of it.  Have to
kill the simulation and start all over.  Anybody run into this??
Seems to be in the clock code.  Is there something I might have
missed in the CONFIG file that could cause this??  All I basicly
did was comment out any hardware I was pretty sure wasn't going
to show up on my machine.


Bill Gunshannon          |  de-moc-ra-cy (di mok' ra see) n.  Three wolves
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