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Re: OSKit error
Re: OSKit error
Sun, 01 Jun 2003 09:52:26 +0300
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Luis Araujo wrote:
Im using GCC 3.2.1 on FreeBSD 5.0 RELEASE....
I unset the option:
### --- OSKit-on-UNIX support libraries.
On the modules.x86.pc file, and it seems to compile
very well. But after all, i would like to know if the
error still remains?
unix module is not needed by GNU Mach.
looks like that this is unix/support.h and size_t is
not defined. It
may be that oskit expects something glibc-specific
from the standard C
headers found in FreeBSD.
Now i finally got compiled OSKit and gnumach, but when
i try to boot it comes uop:
"start hurd/ufs.static:hd1s1:no such a device or
Could be this error caused by my unix library
It's definately not because of unix module.
I doubt it could be Grub(thats what im suing) cause i
can boot perfectly with a gnumach1.3 kernel (without
oskit), unless i should pass different parameters to
It seems that your GNU Mach 2.x doesn't recognize the hard disk. Did
you include appropriate ide/scsi driver as written in
http://hurd.gnufans.org/bin/view/Mach/BuildingOskitMach ? (There you
can find modules-light.x86.pc file that lists the minimal set of modules
needed to compile GNU Mach 2.)
Im using the CVS OSKit, is it a good option???
Although it's unofficial development of OSKit, it's the better option.
Ognyan Kulev <email@example.com>, "\"Programmer\""
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