2 things about 2.3.5b

Thomas T. Veldhouse veldy at veldy.net
Sun Jun 25 13:35:27 PDT 2000


I agree with Part 2, but I was able to compile bin86 and lilo just fine.

Tom Veldhouse
veldy at veldy.net

On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, Simon Perreault wrote:

> I finished 2.3.5b once again, and I found 2 things that I'd like to talk
> about.
> 
> 1) Does everyone agree that bin86 does not work? Lilo really doesn't compile
> with it, and I think I'm not alone to have this problem. Once, I played with
> the as86/ld86 switches in the Makefile without ever knowing or noting what I
> was doing, and I was getting more or less errors, and then it compiled fine.
> So I thing either
>     a) the Makefile must be edited so that it works properly (I'm sorry not
> to be able to help on this point);
>     b) bin86 must be replaced by linux86. linux86 works fine, and I'd like
> to know what made you (Gerard) change from linux86 to bin86. What are
> bin86's advantages over linux86?
> 
> 2) Before making procinfo, you need to, in the Makefile, change -ltermcap
> to -lcurses.
> 
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