On Thu, Nov 02, 2000 at 09:56:24AM -0500, Nicu Popovici wrote:
> The steps that I did are :
> 1. made a linux symlink to linux_2_2_CVS
There is absolutely no reason to do this. In fact, it's death. Put the
kernel sources in your home directory or a scratch area. Leave
everything in /usr/src as it was when you installed your system.
> I want to manage to crosscompile this kernel on a i686 machine for a
> mips machine. So I saw there that it says something about
> /usr/include/asm which is for my i686 machine. I guess that the errors
> come from here. Can you tell me what I have to do. I have to mention
Yep. Just...don't do that. /usr/src/linux is for your native sources
and headers. Do not cross-build kernels in /usr/src, ever.
Keith M Wesolowski firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Nevada http://www.chem.unr.edu
Chemistry Department Systems and Network Administrator