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Revision 1.2, Wed Mar 7 21:59:15 2007 UTC (13 years, 1 month ago) by bouyer
Branch: MAIN
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Branch point for: mjf-devfs2
Changes since 1.1: +2 -2 lines

Remove sgimips from multi-cd sets where EXTFILES.sgimips is defined.
A bootable sgimips has a volume header prepended, and so is useless for
anything but sgimips. The issue was not found before because the
logic to make an ISO bootable on sgimips was broken, and has been fixed by
tsutsui@ on 2007/03/04.

# $NetBSD: 3.0.conf,v 1.2 2007/03/07 21:59:15 bouyer Exp $
#
# Makefile fragment for CD sets; includes config information.

##############################################################################
# The NetBSD release being packaged on this CD set.  This also implies
# inclusion of a config file for that release, named NetBSD-${CD_RELEASE}.mk.
# That file defines the various per-port specifics for that release.

CD_RELEASE=	3.0

##############################################################################
# The NetBSD release to be used in the .iso image filenames.  Defaults to
# ${CD_RELEASE} but can be overridden in the environment.

ISO_RELEASE?=	${CD_RELEASE}

##############################################################################
# The names of the individual CD images, without ".iso".
# This also indicates the suffix of configuration variables later in this file
# which are CD-image specific.

CD_IMAGES=
CD_IMAGES+=	multi-cd1-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	multi-cd2-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	multi-cd3-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	acorn26cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	acorn32cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	algorcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	alphacd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	amd64cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	amigacd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	arccd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	ataricd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	catscd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	cesficcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	cobaltcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	dreamcastcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	evbarmcd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	evbmips-mipsebcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	evbmips-mipselcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	evbppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	evbsh3-sh3ebcd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	evbsh3-sh3elcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	evbsh5-sh5elcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	hp300cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	hp700cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	hpcarmcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	hpcmipscd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	hpcshcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	i386cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	ibmnwscd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	iyonix-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	luna68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	mac68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	macppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	mipscocd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	mmeyecd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	mvmeppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	mvme68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	netwindercd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	news68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	newsmipscd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	next68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	ofppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	pmaxcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	pmppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	prepcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sandpointcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sbmips-mipsebcd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	sbmips-mipselcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sgimipscd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sharkcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sourcecd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sparccd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sparc64cd-${ISO_RELEASE} 
CD_IMAGES+=	sun2cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	sun3cd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	vaxcd-${ISO_RELEASE}
CD_IMAGES+=	x68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}

##############################################################################
# The maximum size of an individual CD.

CD_SIZE=	700000

##############################################################################
# The CD volume IDs for each CD-ROM image.  This will show up as the
# "volume label" on most operating systems.  This is REQUIRED for each image.
# Typically only 16 characters should be used for maximum OS compatibility.

.for image in ${CD_IMAGES}
VOLID.${image}=	NetBSD ${CD_RELEASE} ${image:S/-${ISO_RELEASE}$//}
.endfor

# The "abstract file" name.  If there is a file in the CD root describing
# use of the CD or booting info, this may be useful to some OS's.

#.for image in ${CD_IMAGES}
#ABSTRACT.${image}=	booting.txt
#.endfor

# The "copyright file" name.  If there is a file in the CD root describing
# the copyright of the contained files, this may be useful to some OS's.
# This usually needs ADDFILES to go along with it.

#.for image in ${CD_IMAGES}
#COPYRIGHT.${image}=	copyrght.txt
#ADDFILES.${image}+=	copyrght.txt:${.CURDIR}/extra/copyright.txt,link
#.endfor

# The "publisher name" field on the CD-ROM.  Room for 128 characters.

PUBLISHER=		The NetBSD Foundation, Inc. / http://www.NetBSD.org/

# The "preparer name" field on the CD-ROM.  Room for 128 characters.

PREPARER=		NetBSD CD Build System

##############################################################################
# The ports for which the base OS binaries will be included.
# MACHINE_ARCH shared distribution directories and the "ALL" shared
# distribution directory are added automatically where needed.
#
# The following ports, if included, will be bootable on their respective
# CD images:
#
#     alpha, amd64, cats, i386, macppc, pmax, sparc, sparc64, sun3, vax.
#
# Special notes on booting:
#
# * macppc and mac68k will cause the inclusion of HFS partition and
#   filesystem info on the CD, with automatic MacBinary probing and encoding.
#
# * macppc cannot boot on the same disc as either pmax or vax.
#   macppc uses the same locations in block 0 to store boot
#   information as pmax and vax.
#   This will cause a warning in the build, and macppc will override.
#
# * sparc64 cannot boot using default boot arguments on the same disc as
#   the sun3x model of sun3.  These platforms use the same partitions
#   in the Sun boot map by default.  This will cause a warning in the build,
#   and sparc64 machines will have to boot with "boot cdrom:g" instead of
#   "boot cdrom".

BASE_PORTS.multi-cd1-${ISO_RELEASE}=	i386 macppc sparc sparc64

BASE_PORTS.multi-cd2-${ISO_RELEASE} = alpha \
		amiga atari mac68k next68k sun3 

BASE_PORTS.multi-cd3-${ISO_RELEASE}= amd64 \
		cobalt hpcmips pmax vax

BASE_PORTS.acorn26cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=acorn26
BASE_PORTS.acorn32cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=acorn32
BASE_PORTS.algorcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=algor
BASE_PORTS.alphacd-${ISO_RELEASE}=alpha
BASE_PORTS.amd64cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=amd64
BASE_PORTS.amigacd-${ISO_RELEASE}=amiga
BASE_PORTS.arccd-${ISO_RELEASE}=arc
BASE_PORTS.ataricd-${ISO_RELEASE}=atari
BASE_PORTS.catscd-${ISO_RELEASE}=cats
BASE_PORTS.cesficcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=cesfic
BASE_PORTS.cobaltcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=cobalt
BASE_PORTS.dreamcastcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=dreamcast
BASE_PORTS.evbarmcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=evbarm
BASE_PORTS.evbmips-mipsebcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=evbmips-mipseb
BASE_PORTS.evbmips-mipselcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=evbmips-mipsel
BASE_PORTS.evbsh3-sh3ebcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=evbsh3-sh3eb
BASE_PORTS.evbsh3-sh3elcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=evbsh3-sh3el
BASE_PORTS.evbsh5-sh5elcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=evbsh5-sh5el
BASE_PORTS.hp300cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=hp300
BASE_PORTS.hpcarmcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=hpcarm
BASE_PORTS.hpcmipscd-${ISO_RELEASE}=hpcmips
BASE_PORTS.hpcshcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=hpcsh
BASE_PORTS.i386cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=i386
BASE_PORTS.iyonixcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=iyonix
BASE_PORTS.ibmnwscd-${ISO_RELEASE}=ibmnws
BASE_PORTS.luna68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=luna68k
BASE_PORTS.mac68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=mac68k
BASE_PORTS.macppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}=macppc
BASE_PORTS.mipscocd-${ISO_RELEASE}=mipsco
BASE_PORTS.mmeyecd-${ISO_RELEASE}=mmeye
BASE_PORTS.mvme68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=mvme68k
BASE_PORTS.mvmeppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}=mvmeppc
BASE_PORTS.netwindercd-${ISO_RELEASE}=netwinder
BASE_PORTS.news68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=news68k
BASE_PORTS.newsmipscd-${ISO_RELEASE}=newsmips
BASE_PORTS.next68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=next68k
BASE_PORTS.ofppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}=ofppc
BASE_PORTS.pmaxcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=pmax
BASE_PORTS.pmppccd-${ISO_RELEASE}=pmppc
BASE_PORTS.prepcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=prep
BASE_PORTS.sandpointcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sandpoint
BASE_PORTS.sbmips-mipsebcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sbmips-mipseb
BASE_PORTS.sbmips-mipselcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sbmips-mipsel
BASE_PORTS.sgimipscd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sgimips
BASE_PORTS.sharkcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=shark
BASE_PORTS.sourcecd-${ISO_RELEASE}=source
BASE_PORTS.sparccd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sparc
BASE_PORTS.sparc64cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sparc64
BASE_PORTS.sun2cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sun2
BASE_PORTS.sun3cd-${ISO_RELEASE}=sun3
BASE_PORTS.vaxcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=vax
BASE_PORTS.x68kcd-${ISO_RELEASE}=x68k

.for image in ${CD_IMAGES}
#INTDIRS.${image}+=	packages
BASE_PORTS.${image}+=	CHANGES CHANGES-3.0 CHANGES.prev LAST_MINUTE \
	README.files
.endfor

##############################################################################
# These provide additional functionality to some host OS's that may or may
# not be desired in some cases.  Uncomment to enable, or comment out to
# disable.

# USE_ROCK_RIDGE adds -r to mkisofs to use full Un*x style pathnames and
# permissions.  For most situations, this is needed.

USE_ROCK_RIDGE=	yes

# USE_LONG_NAMES adds -l to mkisofs to use full 32-character ISO-9660 names.
# This allows some host OS's, particularly AmigaDOS, the ability to see long
# filenames in most cases.

USE_LONG_NAMES=	yes

# USE_TRANS_TBL adds -T to mkisofs to provide long names through the use of
# TRANS.TBL translation table files.  (These will automatically be hidden
# from Joliet and HFS trees.)  Typically this is not used in conjunction
# with USE_LONG_NAMES, but may be used if names still exceed 32 characters.

#USE_TRANS_TBL=	yes

# USE_JOLIET adds -J to mkisofs to provide Joliet long filename support for
# Microsoft Windows OS's

USE_JOLIET=	yes

# USE_APPLE_ISO adds -apple to mkisofs to provide the Apple ISO-9660
# Extensions.  This gives full MacOS attribute information to files without
# the overhead of full HFS.  (A disc that is forced into HFS mode by the
# presence of mac68k or macppc will use HFS, not the Apple ISO Extensions.)

USE_APPLE_ISO=	yes

# LOG_MKISOFS causes the mkisofs command to be logged in "extra verbose"
# mode (-v -v) to the image filename with .log appended.

#LOG_MKISOFS=	yes

##############################################################################
# "Easter egg" file.  If this option is present, the standard 32k end padding
# is replaced by a message in this file (no more than 16k), padded to 32k
# with null bytes.

#EASTER_EGG=	${.CURDIR}/extra/egg.txt

##############################################################################