asm/delay.h missing on powerpc (was: Re: Linuv 2.6.15-rc1)
mbuesch at freenet.de
Sun Nov 13 20:54:56 EST 2005
On Sunday 13 November 2005 01:33, you wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-11-13 at 00:13 +0100, Michael Buesch wrote:
> > On Saturday 12 November 2005 23:24, you wrote:
> > > Ìt should still work. I'm running -rc1 with "powerpc" on mine so that at
> > > least works, it's possible that we broke "ppc", I'll have a look and
> > > send a fix.
> > powerpc arch builds and runs now, but
> > I have problems compiling the bcm430x driver. It includes linux/delay.h.
> > linux/delay.h includes asm/delay.h, which does not exist.
> > What to do now?
> I suspect that building drivers out of tree doesn't work very well with
> the new "merged" architecture where includes are split between asm/ppc
> and asm-powerpc... You should make sure that you build the driver with
> the same ARCH as the kernel, that is ARCH=powerpc at least, if we got
> the Makefiles right, that should give you all the headers...
Call me an idiot ;)
doing make ARCH=powerpc in the driver works perfectly fine.
> (building glibc is definitely a pain :)
Try out the stable LFS book. It will guilde you trough it step by step. ;)
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