Mach error message in MkLinux

Mach error message in MkLinux

Post by Ron Goodm » Sun, 27 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Whenever I access the device table through RPM's file manager, to mount or
dismount the CDROM for example, I keep getting messages from Mach(not the
Linux task) complaining the device "sd2a" is down, followed by a message
from Linux informing me that /dev/sdb6 (my paging partition) seems to have
been deleted, should it be removed from /etc/fstab.  I have no idea what
the Mach kernal is trying to accesss--any ideas as to what "sd2a" might
be?  This is a 6100/60 with MacOS(and thus the kernal) living on the HFS
internal drive and the 2 Linux partitions, along with a Mac HFS+ partition
on an external drive.  Thanks for your thoughts.

1. plug-ins in mklinux

I am developing an image processing program and
I intend to provide a plug-in interface
in order to make it possible for others to
add their own functions without recompiling the
whole application.

Is there a way of writing this simply with gcc ?
Is there an API that provides functions for
handling plug-ins ?

Yves Usson

DyOGen (Dynamique de l'Organisation du Genome)
Institut Albert Bonniot, Faculte de Medecine
Universite Joseph Fourier, Domaine de la Merci,
38706 La Tronche Cedex, FRANCE
ph.(33) (0)4 76 54 94 70; fax (33) (0)4 76 54 94 14

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