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- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: USB
- From: Sahir Azam <sahir_(_at_)_nirvana_(_dot_)_curium_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Thu, 24 Sep 1998 23:26:01 -0400 (EDT)
- Delivery-date: Thu Sep 24 20:26:51 1998
i am working on porting NetBSD's USB over to openbsd. i have gotten as
far as getting config(8) to recognize the devices, and getting the code to
begin to compile. however, netbsd config(8) creates a needed file called
locators.h, which openbsd's config(8) does not, and will not create.
anyone have any info on this file? if can get a copy, i suppose i could
throw it in usbdivar.h, which includes it. this is the major problem right
now. anything help is appreciated.
also, config creates opt_usbverbose.h which basically says whether
USBVERBOSE is enabled or not. correct me if i am wrong, but wouldn't it
make sense to have that attach to the options file in the compile/KERNEL
dir?, instead of just having a one line file which does the same thing?
that is something which could just clean things up a bit, as far as
wskybd and wsmouse usb devices were also commented out for now, because
netbsd's wscons seems more extensive than openbsd, and i'd rather not touch that
yet. so, if anyone has any experience with this, would you be kind enough
help me work out this portion?
hoping that i can get these hold-ups worked out, i will compile a kernel
and put it up for testing.
(please excuse my neivity, this is my first true attempt at any kernel
work, or anything of this nature. if i am doing something wrong, or even
if i'm not, any critism/help will gladly be accepted)
Thank you for your time,
* Cm *
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