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Re: kernel compiling probs



On Wed, 13 May 1998, Marc Heuse wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> 
> I think this is a silly message, but however, I need to get this
> running, soooo ...... *g*
> 
> When I compile a new kernel (back in Openbsd 2.1) I just did a 
> 
> config MYCONF
> cd ../compile/MYCONF
> make depend && make
> 
> but with Openbsd 2.2 I get the following error :
> 
> [...]
> rm -f bsd
> ld -z -Ttext F0100000 -e start -x -o bsd ${SYSTEM_OBJ} vers.o
> dkcsum.o: Undefined symbol bios_diskinfo' referenced from text segment
> dkcsum.o: Undefined symbol bios_cksumlen' referenced from text segment
> dkcsum.o: Undefined symbol bios_cksumlen' referenced from text segment
> dkcsum.o: Undefined symbol bios_cksumlen' referenced from text segment
> dkcsum.o: Undefined symbol bios_diskinfo' referenced from text segment
> *** Error code 1
> 
> And this happends *any* time on *any* kernel configuration, also of those
> which are already provided. This happends too if it's a CD Rom installed
> system, or via ftp from an "official" openbsd site ...
> 
> so what am I doing wrong?? :-((

I guess you are missing a line

bios0 at mainbus0

in your config file. It's in GENERIC in OpenBSD 2.2. 
> 
> Greets,
> 	Marc
> 
> 

-moj

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