On Τρι 27 Μαι 2008, Ingo Weinhold wrote: > Nope, no magic. The functions are simply missing. They are not > needed on x86 hosts. Yet building doesn't complain about fssh_swap_int* funcions but for __swap_int() functions, which do exist -and they're even available since bfs_shell links with libroot from what I saw. Just declaring them extern seems to fix the build. > Unless changes to the bus manager broke it in the meantime, PCI > should be OK. The interrupt controller module I ported might be > buggy, though. Other than that what prevented mounting the boot > value were missing drivers (either a NIC driver for network boot or > a driver for disk access). The most immediate problem of the PPC > port is to fix the gcc port, so that it can build the kernel again. I might be able to help there, what's the problem with gcc?