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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2005 1:03 pm    Post subject: kernel 2.6.10 compile errors - net/ipv4 Reply with quote

Hello,

I am attempting to install Gentoo 2.6.10 for the first time. After configuring the kernel, I do make all && make modules_install, but I get some errors. First off, I get an error 5 lines into the output:

Code:

"dnsdomainname: Host name lookup failure"

Then, later on during the compilation, I get the following errors:
Code:

net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_fw_compat.c: In function 'fw_in':
net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_fw_compat.c:83: error: too few arguments to function 'ip_ct_gather_frags'
make[3]: *** [net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_fw_compat.o] Error 1
make[2]: *** [net/ipv4/netfilter] Error 2
make[1]: *** [net/ipv4] Error 2
make : *** [net] Error 2

and the build fails. I figure that its a problem with the ipv4, but I cant find anywhere in the configurator which gives me an option to turn it on/off. I have tried with my own configurations, the standard one from the manual, aswell as compiling the kernel without network support at all, and I get the same error/s each time. At first I tried the gentoo-sources, but after reading the forum abit, I saw the vanilla-sources might work. So I tried that, compiling over the top of what I had already done, and the same error. Then I tried to reboot and try installing from the live cd again, and get a whole bunch of messages:
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Welcome to Linux, kernel 2.6.10-gentoo-r8-G3G4

linked at      : 0xc0000000
frame buffer at   :0x98004000 (phys) 0xd0004000 (log)
klimit         :0xc048c514
MSR         :0x00003030
HID0         :0x8410c0bc

pmac_init(): exit
id mach(): done
MMU: enter
MMU: hw init
hash: enter
hash: find piece
hash: patch
hash: done
MMU: mapin
MMU: setio
MMU: exit
setup_arch: enter
setup_arch: bootmem
arch: exit
openpic: enter
openpic: timer
openpic: ipi
openpic: external
openpic: spurious
openpic: exit


And the system just hangs there, without allowing me input or anything. I guess Ill just have to erase the disk and start again from scratch, but could someone tell me how I might get it to work next time? I need ipv4 for my modem dial up connection. The modem I am using is the standard one (serial connection/internal) which comes with apple Quicksilver G4 (bought around 2000 or so).

I was trying to install universal-ppc-03032005, on a G4 Quicksilver, dp 800, 768MBRAM.

regards,
Humphrey.

p.s. is dual processor support native to the gentoo kernel, is there an option to turn it on somewhere?
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