Subject: Re: some diffs to 1.0-current / 1.0 (probably as well)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/04/1995 00:53:13
>>>>> "Markus W" == mw <email@example.com> writes:
Markus W> Did you write this from memory, or is this the actual code
Markus W> you were compiling? This originally was moveml #0xC0C0,sp@-
Markus W> which symbolically would be moveml d0/d1/a0/a1,sp@- nothing
Markus W> going on with d2... Take care, you're later branching into
Markus W> the other interrupt-handler, which expects to find
Markus W> d0/d1/a0/a1 on the stack to restore... Store d2 after
Markus W> deciding that it's indeed a fake level 6.
Oops, you're right of course, and even more, the argument to hardclock
is relative to SP which was the cause for statclock to fail. I now
save d0/d1/a0/a1 initially and later d2. I have recomputed the
hardclock argument location and now statclock doesn't panic anymore.
But... the root partition still fails to mount :-)
Well, I'm going to compile the scsi subsystem with debugging on to
find out some more.