[parisc-linux] Update: Current kernel from CVS does not build

Helge Deller deller@gmx.de
Wed, 14 Nov 2001 02:03:07 +0100

This is just an update on this issue....

32bit kernels from CVS head (>= 2.4.14-pa1) should now compile and
boot again. There still may be hidden issues (as always :-)),
but basically it will work.


On Monday 12 November 2001 17:34, Grant Grundler wrote:
> Rafael Herrera wrote:
> > I tried to update the sources with the latest CVS version, but the
> > compilation failed. The file */arch/parisc/kernel/pdc_cons.c and
> > */kernel/printk.c have a conflict. The variable log_size used in
> > pdc_cons.c is not defined in printk.c. The kernel does not build.
> The merge to 2.4.14 isn't finished yet.
> Despite working around the log_size issue, it still doesn't boot.
> Watch the parisc-linux-cvs mailing list for progress on this.
> We'll probably post an "It works" msg here too.
> grant