Subject: Re: Xamiga24
To: None <amiga-x@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Michael L. Hitch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/16/1995 08:54:23
On Mar 16, 8:38am, Andreas Johansson wrote:
> I have seen this with many different kernels since the first Xamiga24.
> I have also tried with standard gcc-options and with -m68040 added.
> It seems pretty improbable that the compiler is creating bad code.
The code generated by the compiler I am using (the stock gcc in the NetBSD
distribution) does generate correct code.
> Perhaps something with the '040 writeback cache? Is it enabled in the
> register area of the RetinaZ3?
Any I/O address space is supposed to be no cache and serialized. Caching
I/O registers is extremely unlikely to work.
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