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Re: link error when compiling kernel

On Sat, Mar 14, 1998 at 12:03:45AM -0500, David B Wilson wrote:
> I tried recompiling my kernel to add FAT32 support, but when it came
> time for the link part of the compile, there were a bunch of undefined
> functions.  I don't know why Debian 1.3 gave two kernel versions, but
> it was the 2.0.30 version that I tried compiling.
> fs/fs.o: In function `init_nls_cp437':
> fs/fs.o(.text+0xe): undefined reference to `register_nls'

Hehehe, I got this first ;)

National Language Support (nls) is *a must* with DOS FS now.
The kernel config question looks like it is an option, but you have to say
Yes there ;)

Thank you,

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