If you run config(8) on a kernel configuration file which doesn't
have a scheduler selected then it does *NOT* complain.
Then when you try to do a 'make buildkernel' the make bombs since
there are unresolved functions relating to scheduling.
Make config(8) check to see that a scheduler is there.
. Create a kernel config file without a scheduler
. Run config(8) it and observe how it does not complain
. 'cd /usr/src; make buildkernel' and observe how it dies
On Fri, Apr 18, 2003 at 04:47:43PM -0400, David Magda wrote:
> Make config(8) check to see that a scheduler is there.
I have also been bitten by this and I agree that it would be a nice
change. Any chance you can submit a patch?
On Sun, May 04, 2003 at 11:57:20PM -0700, Murray Stokely wrote:
> I have also been bitten by this and I agree that it would be a nice
> change. Any chance you can submit a patch?
You really don't want me to code -- trust me on this. :>
Suspended awaiting implementation
we don't really use 'wish' and this request seems reasonable. I have not looked to see if the feature is still required and/or if the patch still applies.
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