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Re: Building Kernel for Sound

Ok, I removed the .config file and ran make menuconfig... This worked fine

I ran make-kpkg and got the following error:

s.o ipc/ipc.o net/network.a \
        fs/filesystems.a \
        drivers/block/block.a drivers/char/char.a drivers/net/net.a drivers/pci/pci.a \

/usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.33/arch/i386/lib/lib.a -o vmlinux
fs/filesystems.a(fat.o): In function `fat_readdirx':
fat.o(.text+0xf85): undefined reference to `utf8_wcstombs'
fs/filesystems.a(fat.o): In function `fat_put_super':
fat.o(.text+0x204b): undefined reference to `unload_nls'
fat.o(.text+0x2068): undefined reference to `unload_nls'
fs/filesystems.a(fat.o): In function `fat_read_super':
fat.o(.text+0x2f23): undefined reference to `load_nls'
fat.o(.text+0x2f47): undefined reference to `load_nls_default'
fat.o(.text+0x2f70): undefined reference to `load_nls'
fat.o(.text+0x2f94): undefined reference to `unload_nls'
fat.o(.text+0x2fa9): undefined reference to `load_nls_default'
fat.o(.text+0x2fd8): undefined reference to `unload_nls'
fat.o(.text+0x2fe8): undefined reference to `unload_nls'
make[1]: *** [vmlinux] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.33'
make: *** [all] Error 2

Any ideas?  In the menuconfig I used the default .config and added soundblaster sound

A second totally unrelated question...  In my shells, If I hit the BS or Delete key, it
deletes the character to the left of the cursor... Not ideal, but not to bad.  In
netscape writing mail, the delete and backspace key deletes the character before the
cursor...  Anyone else seen this?  If so, what is the fix?


Nielsen wrote:

> On Sat, 6 Jun 1998, Doug Thistlethwaite wrote:
> > Ok, I have the right package now.
> >
> > I looked at the make-kpkg man file and its a lot more complicated then I had hoped
> > :)
> >
> > I ran make-kpkg and it just made the files again as I had before.
> >
> > I probably changed a ton of things in the .config file while I was messing things
> > up with the stuff I was doing before.
> >
> > What is the easiest way for me to take the kernel I am currently using (the
> > default one) and add the soundblaster support. Or if there isn't an easy way, what
> > order of steps should I use to make a kernel?
> If the configuration is messed up, delete .config and run 'make
> menuconfig' and it will start with the default set.
> ----
> Bob Nielsen                 Internet: nielsen@primenet.com
> Tucson, AZ                  AMPRnet:  w6swe@w6swe.ampr.org
> DM42nh                      http://www.primenet.com/~nielsen

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