Re: b-f 3.0.9 probably broken for powerpc/pmac
Richard Hirst <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> This change to rescue.sh
> -if [ "$arch" = hppa -o "$arch" = powerpc -a "$subarch" = pmac ]; then
> +if [ "$arch" = hppa -o "$arch" = powerpc -a "$subarch" = pmac -o "$arch" = "mipsel" ]; then
> info "compressing and installing kernel 'linux$subarch'"
> - gzip -9f linux$subarch
> - cp linux$subarch.gz $mnt/linux.gz
> + # gzip -9f linux$subarch
> + # cp linux$subarch.gz $mnt/linux.gz
> + gzip -9cf linux$subarch > $mnt/linux.gz
> broke hppa, as release.sh expected to find linux$subarch.gz. I've fixed
> that in release.sh for hppa, but I suspect it also broke pmac. For pmac
> release.sh says
> if [ -f linuxpmac.gz ]; then zcat linuxpmac.gz > $release/powermac/linux; fi
> so I guess it will silently fail to produce $release/powermac/linux.
Could you just roll it back to the way it was then please?
I think I need to get 3.0.10 out pretty quickly for other reasons as
I don't even get this far on PowerPc, it fails much earlier, building
root.bin, with the whole sysvinit/modutils fandango.
.....Adam Di Carlo....email@example.com.....<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>