From: Tim Hockin <thockin@su...> - 2003-08-19 00:50:08
I'm trying to get UML to build. I've never built UML before, so maybe
I'm dumb, but it just doesn't want to build.
make defconfig ARCH=um
which passed. So I did:
make linux ARCH=um
which blew up.
include/asm/arch/system.h:7:28: asm/cpufeature.h: No such file or directory
Which is correct, system.h wants cpufeature.h, which only exists in x86.
Hacking arounf that, just for fun:
include/linux/seqlock.h:35: parse error before "spinlock_t"
Which seems to also be correct. There is a stream of errors.
OBVIOUSLY I am oing something dumb. Help? I am can be root or non-root
on a RH9 box doing this build from bk latest kernel.
I am not on the list yet, so please CC: me.
Systems Software Engineer
Sun Microsystems, Linux Kernel Engineering
From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ad...> - 2003-08-19 01:33:11
> OBVIOUSLY I am oing something dumb. Help? I am can be root or
> non-root on a RH9 box doing this build from bk latest kernel.
The dumb thing you're doing is compiling the UML from the Linus tree, which
was last updated around 2.5.69 :-)
What you need is my test3 patch, which I announced last week on LKML,
on top of Linus test3. It's available from the bottom of