Hi Florian,

Thanks! I appreciate it; I was banging my head against the wall trying to get the compiled kernel to work, and I got nowhere fast. I was even invoking the assistance of the Linux Kernel Newbies IRC channel. The experts in the channel were at a loss to explain the problem.

The reason that I had mentioned about the _SDA_BASE not being defined in the symbol table for kernels I compiled was because I felt it signified that I was doing something different from the way the old toolchain had done it. Or, more specifically, I was doing something different that the way the pre-compiled kernels on SF had been compiled.

--Guy


-----Original Message-----
From: nubus-pmac-users-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net on behalf of Florian Boelstler
Sent: Sun 4/29/2007 2:40 PM
To: For users of Linux on NuBus PowerMacs
Subject: Re: [Nubus-pmac-users] kernel build error ...

Hi again,

Florian Boelstler wrote:
> Therefore I guess current state of CVS is broken,
> since the behavior is different from what I observed before I did update
> my cvs snapshot.

I hereby revert this assumption. My PB1400 also turns off itself, using
a kernel built against CVS tag linux-2_4_32.

Next test will be done using "Sarge-based" toolchain (or at least
earlier binutils).
I will try to do that during next week.

Cheers,

  Florian

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