Re: Still problems with kfloppy
On 13-Dez-98, Joel Klecker wrote:
> At 20:33 +0100 1998-12-12, Michel "Dnzer" wrote:
it's Dänzer or Daenzer for non-german-speaking, but certainly not 'Dnzer'! ;-)
>> mke2fs.c: In function `check_plausibility':
>> mke2fs.c:128: `SCSI_DISK_MAJOR' undeclared (first use in this function)
>> mke2fs.c:128: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
>> mke2fs.c:128: for each function it appears in.)
>> mke2fs.c: In function `PRS':
>> mke2fs.c:610: warning: comparison is always 1 due to limited range
>> of data type
>> make: *** [mke2fs.o] Error 1
>> make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kdeutils-1.0/kfloppy/e2fs/misc'
>> make: *** [all-progs-recursive] Error 1
>> make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kdeutils-1.0/kfloppy/e2fs'
>> make: *** [kmke2fs] Error 2
> Hmm... looks almost like it incorporates e2fsprogs source.
> The first problem is due to SCSI changes (basically more possible
> SCSI devices) in newer Linux kernels, I think, but I'm not really
> sure that changing SCSI_DISK_MAJOR to SCSI_DISK0_MAJOR will work.
I changed it, and it worked! Thanks for the tip! Now I've managed to build all
the KDE stuff I downloaded.
Another (not important) question: Is there any point in formatting ext2
> The second is just a warning, adding -fsigned-char to the CFLAGS will
> resolve it (e2fsprogs 1.12 has fixed this in a different way).
I saw that, just included all the end of make's output.
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