kernel v1.1.70

kernel v1.1.70

Post by Colin MacDona » Wed, 07 Dec 1994 00:22:35



A wee bug:  I tried compiling this, and it fails on kernel/ksyms.c because
it can't find "pci.h".  The offending line is line 38:

  #include <pci.h>

This should, I think, be changed to

  #include <linux/pci.h>

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kernel v1.1.70

Post by Joseph W. Vigne » Wed, 07 Dec 1994 11:39:54




>A wee bug:  I tried compiling this, and it fails on kernel/ksyms.c because
>it can't find "pci.h".  The offending line is line 38:

I did this yesterday, and found that the build crashed later on for some
reason... I turned this option off, and it compiled fine...  This kernel
seems to swap a lot more than previous ones...
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kernel v1.1.70

Post by Colin MacDona » Wed, 07 Dec 1994 19:17:54





>>A wee bug:  I tried compiling this, and it fails on kernel/ksyms.c because
>>it can't find "pci.h".  The offending line is line 38:
>I did this yesterday, and found that the build crashed later on for some
>reason... I turned this option off, and it compiled fine...  This kernel
>seems to swap a lot more than previous ones...

Yes, it crashed for me as well... :-(  Unfortunately, I need the PCI stuff
included since I have a PCI controller.  Without the PCI configuration
specified, a whole series of functions can't be linked, since they are
undefined.  With the PCI config specified, there is still one function that
can't be linked; the error message is:

kernel/kernel.o: Undefined symbol _pcibios_find_class referenced from data
segment

and it happens when trying to create tools/zSystem.

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1. Compiling INN v1.6.x/1.7.x ???

Has anyone compiled inn 1.6.x/1.7.x on linux?

I downloaded 1.7 and cant get it to compile. First problem is it can't
find lint..i looked for it on the net and only found tlint..it didn't like
the command line syntax for it.
Second problem i get a undefined reference error in the closeonexec.c file

I'm currently Caldera OpenLinux on a 2.0.33 kernel using INN v.1.5.1sec2
25-Jul-97 but it crashes on me after being up for a day and a 1/2 or so.
The logs show no reason why. That's why i wanted 1.7

If you can help, email and/or post. Thanx,

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