On maandag, september 23, 2002, at 04:55 , Tom Rini wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 23, 2002 at 04:39:49PM +0200, Remco Post wrote:
>> On maandag, september 23, 2002, at 04:29 , Tom Rini wrote:
>>> On Mon, Sep 23, 2002 at 02:03:02PM +0200, Remco Post wrote:
>>>> after some tiny fixes to reiserfs and the makefile for prep bootfile
>>>> (using ../lib/lib.a vs. ../lib/libz.a) I managed to succesfully
>>>> a kernel. It even boots to the point where it frees unused kernel
>>>> and then stops... this includes succesfully mounting the root
>>> What typo exactly? The only 'lib' in the Makefile
>>> (arch/ppc/boot/prep/Makefile) is:
>>> LIBS = ../lib/zlib.a
>> That one exactly... I don't recall calling it a typo, though ;-) I
>> that is more a relic from when the only lib routines were libz ones and
>> we called the lib to be linked libz.a....
> It's not a relic, it's design. We don't want the kernel's zlib routines
> right now, we want our own. Did it not link the way it was? It's been
> a few releases since I last compiled for my PReP box, but it was well
> after the zlib changes had gone in.
>> There is a simular entry in arch/ppc/boot/openfirmware/Makefile...
>> removing the z helped over there as well (don't recall exactly, I'm at
>> work now... ) (not that I dare booting Linus's 2.5 tree on my build
>> machine, it's falling apart even with stable software.... ;-(
> Again, we don't want the 'normal' zlib there either. Was it not
> linking? If so, what was the error?
no rule to make target ../lib/libz.a needed for target
../images/zImage.prep (and simulair for openfirmware...), or something
like that (I have to this from what I remember) I found a file
../lib/lib.a, so I assumed it was renamed, not updating the makefile for
the prep and openfirmware image
This is a linking error in the final stage of the build.... I think
2.5.33 als build ok, after a few patches. Booted as far a to tell me
there was an attempt to kill pid 0 and the do its 180 sec. countdown...
> Tom Rini (TR1265)
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