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OpenBSD/pmax crashes compiling kernel



I've installled OpenBSD 2.6 on a DECstation 2100 with 24 MB RAM (64 MB swap is
activated). It ran flawlessly for about 12 hours.
Now I tried to compile a kernel. I got:

....

cc  -O -Werror -Wno-main -mno-abicalls -mcpu=r3000  -nostdinc -I.
-I/usr/src/sys/arch -I/usr/src/sys -DCPU_R3000 -DMIPS1 -DDS3100 -DTIMEZONE="0"
-DDST="0" -DSWAPPAGER -DDEVPAGER -DNATIVE_ELF -DFFS -DFIFO -DNFS -DINET
-DNFSCLIENT -DNFSSERVER -DSYSVMSG -DSYSVSEM -DSYSVSHM -DKTRACE -D_KERNEL -Dpmax
-c vers.c
ld -N -Ttext 80030000 -e start -x -o bsd -e start -T
/usr/src/sys/arch/pmax/conf/ld.script ${SYSTEM_OBJ} vers.o
if_ethersubr.o: In function `ether_output':
/usr/src/sys/net/if_ethersubr.c(.text+0x418): undefined reference to `looutput'
if_ether.o: In function `arp_rtrequest':
/usr/src/sys/netinet/if_ether.c(.text+0x3ec): undefined reference to `loif'
/usr/src/sys/netinet/if_ether.c(.text+0x3f0): undefined reference to `loif'
ip_output.o: In function `ip_mloopback':
/usr/src/sys/netinet/ip_output.c(.text+0x1c38): undefined reference to
`looutput'

now the machine no longer reacts to pings and seems unreachable (I'm currently
accessing it from remote, so unfortunately I cannot give any further
diagnosis).

It was running the generic kernel, of course.
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