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SubjectRe: the zImage step went wrong
On Tue, 13 Oct 1998, Marc Corel wrote:

> While compiling the kernel, at the make zImage step, I got:
> /usr/src/linux-2.0.32/include/mcd.h:114:WARNING: You have not edited
> mcd.h
> /usr/src/linux-2.0.32/include/linux/mcd.h:115:WARNINGS:perhaps Irq s and
> I/O
> settings are wrong..
> Except that I didnt compile kernel with sound card support (cause I do
> not hace any), I really dont understand what 's going wrong..

Perhaps the fact that mcd is the driver for Mitsumi CDROM
drives has something to do with that ;)

Better go and edit mcd.h to configure in the right irq
and ioport settings...

Rik.
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