walter at spam.no
Sat May 10 16:06:40 PDT 2008
Matthew Dillon wrote:
bunzip2 and tar should both be present on the CD and on the hard disk
if you installed DragonFly.
That source code is as-of the particular ISO image, so it won't be
the latest. It's also just the kernel source, not the whole base
If you have network connectivity there is a Makefile in /usr that give
you numerous targets to fetch the DragonFly CVS repository. e.g.:
# get the CVS repository
# update /usr/src from the repository
<dillon at backplane.com>
Thanks. I extracted the file on the target disk, and
made a custom kernel config file.
But running "make buildkernel KERNCONF=<mycustomconfig>"
generated the error "You must buildworld before buildkernel"
with some addition instructions on making a manual config.
When I tried to "make buildworld" it likewise generated an
I'm trying to build a small kernel for a 486/16MB machine.
I'd be happy to run a 'manual' build for the 486 kernel if
I knew how.
I ran "make cvs-cvsup" to see if that pulls in the "world"
source. Now, it blows out with error "2" when I try to do
buildworld or buildkernel saying there are no system rules
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