wkt at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au
Fri Feb 19 13:06:14 AEST 1999
In article by Eric Edwards:
> I'm not sure if anyone mentioned this, but you can build a working 2.9
> kernel (sans network) from the sources by just commenting out the references
> to the networking include files. I think there is an offending reference in
> syslocal.c also.
> Eric Edwards
> eekg at ix.netcom.com
> mag at csh.rit.edu
What is happening is that `make depend' invokes a script which finds
#includes in the source code, and builds a make dependency. However,
it's not very intelligent, and doesn't ignore:
when INET isn't defined. :-) This bites on several C files.
You just have to hand-prune the Makefile after make depend :-)
This is 2.9BSD, BTW, ignore if you're not using it.
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