Stable (compilable) kernel?
rtheande at dscc.dk
Thu May 20 15:36:45 EST 1999
I'm trying to build a kernel for a 860T MBX alike board.
I can't do CVS checkout because of a firewall :(
So I grabbed the vanilla 2.2.9 kernel but it doesen't compile. It dies
in mbx_setup.c because of
1) missing headerfile (asm/8xx_immap.h)
2) undefined MBX_IMAP_ADDR
Trying to get somewere I grabbed the embedded-2.2.5 tarball from Dan.
It fails in m8xx_setup.c with several syntax(!) errors. Once fixed
there is a number of undef'ed functions...
The question: where can I find a stable kernel for my config? Isn't
the 2.2.9 supposed to work for embedded targets (or did Linus miss
I suspect my code base for fixes should be the CVS, right?
PS. I'm compiling on a Intel PC with a cross compiler but that
shouldn't make much of a difference.
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