TigerMPX no dice - please help

steven james pyro at linuxlabs.com
Fri Aug 8 16:35:01 CEST 2003


I'm not honestly sure where the problems are coming from unless you got a
corrupted checkout. I will be in the office next week, and will do a fresh
checkout and see if I can duplicate the problem.


On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Jeff Noxon wrote:

> Howdy,
> I've been playing around with the CVS tree trying to get the TigerMPX
> stuff to compile.
> At first I got assembler warnings because AMD768_DEV was not defined.
> I found that AMD766_DEV was defined, so I changed it.  That got a
> little further.  It was set to 0x3800 yet my lspci -vvv shows my PCI
> bridge at 0x2000.  Is that because the Tyan BIOS moved it?
> Then I got a compile failure on the ide code.  It tries to include <ide.h>
> which doesn't exist.  I #if 0'd around this because I use a different
> controller anyway.  That got further along.
> Then, after all the 768 stuff compiled, I got link failures as it was
> trying to link amd766 functions instead of the 768 functions.
> This all leads me to believe that the code in CVS is not really functional
> to begin with.  Either that, or I am doing something really stupid, which
> is entirely possible.  ;) Is there newer code that someone can send me,
> and/or commit to CVS?
> Last but not least, Sourceforge seems to be having a lot of CVS problems.
> It is slow when it works, but it doesn't work much of the time I try
> to use it.  I haven't been able to update in a few days, it just drops
> my connections.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Jeff
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