The unstable repository should not be compiled with CONFIG_PCI as I've
temporarily broken physical-irq access. If you compile without this
option then all should be okay as the only call to physirq_init() is
contained within '#ifdef CONFIG_PCI'. There is no file called kernel.c
in the Linux source tree.
> I am having trouble compiling the latest code drop on the unstable tree.
> The problem seems to be with physirq.c, and irq.h
> 1) physirq.c has #ifdef CONFIG_PCI outside the #include <linux/config.h>
> that defines the symbol, so the entire contents don't get compiled. If I
> move the #ifdef CONFIG_PCI down a line,
> then there are other compile errors related to changing irq.h
> PYS_IRQ_BASE -> PIRQ_BASE.
> If you wanted to no-op the module then I am getting a link undefined
> reference in kernel.c to physirq_init (in the module init code).
> Barry Silverman
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