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SubjectRe: Kernel 2.5.33 successfully compiled
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On Tuesday 03 September 2002 18:14, Thunder from the hill wrote:
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> > I used the same quick-hack, but I was wondering why kmap_types.h is
> > missing... Any ideas? Anybody?
>
> It wasn't introduced, I guess.

No. It seems simply missing. In 2.5.32 it is there. On the right place. :o))))

> > > process.c: In function `alpha_clone':
> > > process.c:268: too few arguments to function `do_fork'
> > > process.c: In function `alpha_vfork':
> > > process.c:277: too few arguments to function `do_fork'
> > > make[1]: *** [process.o] Error 1
> > > make[1]: Leaving directory
>
> Yes, the syntax changed.

I saw. But how should it be called now from within process.c?

> > The same problems happens here. I'm currently searching for the changelog
> > for do_fork, so I may find out what arguments I should add to make this
> > working again. At the i386-tree there is sometimes "NULL" as the last
> > argument added, but I don't believe that it will be good to simply add
> > "NULL" in every function call. :o)
>
> The NULL only needs to be non-NULL if we clone with CLONE_CLEARTID.

I c...

That what I expected.

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Oliver Pitzeier
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