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> Quoting freshy98 <freshy98@...>:
> > I already got 22.214.171.124 emerged (vanilla-sources) so I will work on i
> > tomorrow evening.
> This is about building a kernel for sunblade 100 but remember I am not on
> gentoo, and am building upstream sources.
> Maybe your build system takes care of all this stuff for you?
AFAIK the vanilla-sources ebuild are the plain sources fetched from
kernel.org without any "gentoo patches" added. That is done in/for the
> The main thing is that a .config is not needed, as it is generated from
> supplied sources and adapts itself to the build platform. It is OK for
> 100 "out of the box" subject to the following changes. Following updates
> corrects previous posts done from memory
I didn't know "make menuconfig" build a default config for the used/chosen
arch. I know there are def_config files which I use for MIPS for example.
Could this be a Debian thing? Anyway, I will find out tonight.
> In the end I got 2 errors.
> drivers/sbus/char/envctrl.c:41: error: static declaration of 'errno'
> follows non-static declaration
> include/linux/unistd.h:4: error: previous declaration of 'errno' was here
> and the "patch" actually just edit the file to remove that line:
> -static int errno;
> +//static int errno;
> Did same for drivers/sbus/char/bbc_envctrl.c
> That is quite useless except to quickly continue the building. The end
> result is
> a warning about those two modules during make modules_install.
> WARNING: /lib/modules/126.96.36.199/kernel/drivers/sbus/char/envctrl.ko needs
> n symbol errno
> WARNING: /lib/modules/188.8.131.52/kernel/drivers/sbus/char/bbc.ko needs
> unknown sy
> mbol errno
> I will look for a bug upstream and file one if needed, meanwhile maybe it
> better for you to configure to avoid building those modules. Or maybe
> handles this for you already.
What I do not understand is why you include SBUS stuff at all? The Blade 100
is PCI based and has no SBUS components?
> If you have to do this next step make sure you do not overwrite anything!
> make install did not work. I just renamed them vmlinux-184.108.40.206 and
> System.map-220.127.116.11 and copied .config to config-18.104.22.168 and then copied
> into /boot.
> and ran yaird from /boot
> yaird --verbose --output=/boot/initrd.img-22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199
> the i edit /boot/silo.conf by adding
Never heard of yiard, but the Gentoo way seems fine to me.
After "make" we do "make image" to trim the vmlinux down to a more normal
size, then copy arch/sparc64/boot/image (could be /arc/sparc/sparc64/boot/,
but it has been a while since I compiled a kernel for sparc) to /boot. Same
goes for System.map and .config. All using version numbers and a symlink for
to System.map from System.map-version.
This is all described in the manual.
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