On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, Warner Losh wrote:
> They aren't installed. You must have a kernel tree to build the kld.
> Just add vnode_if.h to your SRCS and the rest happens automatically
> via bsd.kmod.mk. It works great. I do it all the time. In fact, I
> added SYSDIR support to bsd.kmod.mk at Timing Solutions so that we
> could compile our drivers outside of the tree.
As I understand it, this is the only file which is required from the
kernel sources in order to build the arla port. ISTR FiST also needs it to
be present, and I also think I once came across another port that needed
it too. Is it really so wrong to make the lives of these third-party FS
tools harder by requiring full kernel sources to be present?
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