[kaffe] new NetBSD problems

Riccardo zuse at libero.it
Sat Jul 19 13:05:02 PDT 2003


i had a temporary absence here, I did some upgrading on my hardware, had 
a failure.. and well even put my real name when I began tracking news 
here again.

So I have some news for NetBSD-68k: I freed some space on my Quadra 
which has a 68040 and a 7200rpm deskstar... so quite a bit of 
perfmormance increase compared to the other 68030 equipped with an aging 
seagate disk.

Well, both computers have the same architecture basically and the same 
release of NetBSD.

I synced to today's CVS.

So some updates

- the infamous configure of the command line length doesn't take so much 
time. This is "strange" in the sense that the computer should be about 
the same, just faster (but not SOOO faster). This is nice anyway.

- During configure I get the following dubious messages:

checking for jikes... no
checking whether to use jikes... yes ()

I don't have jikes, how can it use it?

and then after
checking for shared library run path origin... ./config.rpath: ./config.
rpath: No such file or directory

is this ordinary?

now it creates all files and I start the make process which fails (in a 
quite different way than the last attempt)

Making all in native
gmake[2]: Entering directory `/home/multix/kaffe-cvs/kaffe/libraries/
source='ByteToCharDefault.c' object='ByteToCharDefault.lo' libtool=yes \
depfile='.deps/ByteToCharDefault.Plo' tmpdepfile='.deps/
ByteToCharDefault.TPlo' \
depmode=gcc /usr/pkg/bin/bash ../../../depcomp \
/usr/pkg/bin/bash ../../../libtool --mode=compile gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -
I. -I../../../config -I../../../include   -DKVER='"1.1.x-cvs"' -I/home/
multix/kaffe-cvs/kaffe/./kaffe/kaffevm -I/home/multix/kaffe-cvs/kaffe/./
kaffe/kaffevm/systems/unix-jthreads -I../../../config -I../../../include  -
DKAFFE_VMDEBUG  -g -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -c -o ByteToCharDefault.lo 
`test -f 'ByteToCharDefault.c' || echo './'`ByteToCharDefault.c
/usr/pkg/bin/bash: Undefined PLT symbol "read" (reloc type = 21, symnum 
= 94)
gmake[2]: *** [ByteToCharDefault.lo] Error 1

what is this about? The installed bash is 2.05b but I don't think the 
problem is there, right?

thanks for your patience


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