Doesn't seem like a critical dependency, so I have removed perl:build from USE_TOOLS+= in the pkgsrc Makefile for bison and hope that configure will pick up the change... I'll see in a couple of hours...
There's not really much documentation on cross-building NetBSD pkgsrc, but from what I understand it's only possible for a small subset of packages?
Thinking about trying to find a qemu-system-mips64 configuration that's able to boot some netbsd-mipsel port and provides a slightly less constrained environment for a "native" build?
...well, or not. The z50 has dropped off the net sometime tonight, and I'm not next to the system right now.
Guess this looks like a kernel panic...
Hrm. Does tmpfs reserve memory on NetBSD? Because the default mount option for /var/shm is -sram%25 - which is quite a lot when you have about 40MB free after the kernel is loaded...
...also not sure if using gcc -pipe is the most intelligent idea when swapping is involved to keep both gcc and as in memory. Maybe should remove that from my custom compiler options.
@galaxis Damn, major F
@galaxis Which version?
@js NetBSD 7.0.2
I haven't been able to install any later release on the WorkPad z50 - in 7.2 the installer kernel doesn't even boot, and beyond that there's segfaults in userland all over the place.
@galaxis Can you use ./build.sh to build current? I can relay problems to the relevant people :). But nobody is going to do anything if it's not on -current.
@js I'll try, but don't expect anything on that soon... I'm near the machine only for a couple of hours each week, and then everything is slow 🐌
@galaxis Oh, it's not yours?
@js It's mine, but there's complications in my daily life
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