Errors while compiling 2.2.15 kernel

Errors while compiling 2.2.15 kernel

Post by SooperGrov » Fri, 09 Jun 2000 04:00:00



I'm not sure where to send this information, so I post it here,
trusting that it will receive the correct follow-up.

When I compile the 2.2.15 kernel I get a long list of errors. Non of
them seem to be fatal enough to abort the compile and I can still use
the kernels produced. However, the messages suggest the source isn't
entirely clean and this bothers me. I've collected the errors below:

--->8---
during 'make depend':

newport.c:11: asm/gfx.h: No such file or directory
newport.c:12: asm/ng1.h: No such file or directory
newport.c:14: asm/newport.h: No such file or directory
config.c:455: #error "HiSax: No cards configured"
adb.c:28: asm/prom.h: No such file or directory
adb.c:29: asm/adb.h: No such file or directory
adb.c:30: asm/cuda.h: No such file or directory
adb.c:31: asm/pmu.h: No such file or directory
adb.c:33: asm/hydra.h: No such file or directory

during 'make zImage':

mtrr.c:308: warning: `main_lock' defined but not used
apm.c:647: warning: `apm_enable_power_management' defined but not used
bios32.c: In function `pci_fixup_rcc':
bios32.c:1058: warning: unused variable `bus'
bios32.c: In function `pci_fixup_compaq':
bios32.c:1073: warning: unused variable `bus'
init.c:387: warning: section attribute ignored for uninitialized
variable `i386_endbase'
Root device is (3, 4)
Boot sector 512 bytes.
Setup is 3536 bytes.
System is 394 kB

during 'make modules':

/usr/src/linux/include/linux/blk.h:427: warning: `do_sd' defined but
not used
/usr/src/linux/include/linux/blk.h:451: warning: `do_sd_request'
declared `static' but never defined
scsi.h:641: warning: `end_scsi_request' defined but not used

If you need additional information just let me know...
--
Maurice Hendrix

...Hard rijden is geen kunst... Ben jij je rechtervoet de baas?

 
 
 

1. Feedback on 2.2.15 (wasRe: Kernel Stable: 2.2.15pre4 )

I've been trying the 2.2.15 prereleases, and so far they seem great.
2.2.15 pre 4 (subjectively speaking) made my system much zippier
than 2.2.13/4 and 2.2.15 pre 5 which I built last night, feels
faster still (and apparently has some rather neat debug code to
trap bad application memory use/kernel bugs).

So overall I'm very pleased. Many thanks to Alan and the guys who've
been working on the VM stuff. It feels great for me.

BTW I'm running this on Mandrake 6.1, Cyrix 6x86 MX 300, 64MB RAM.

Like I say, 2.2.15 feels like it's shaping up to be the best 2.2 kernel
yet by a significant margin (to me at least!)
Mike



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