Subject: Re: -current gcc errors
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Greg Spiegelberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/17/1994 21:42:23
# 486/33DLC (Cryix)
# This is your problem.
I figured so.
# 1) Is this a motherboard specifically designed for the Cyrix chip, or
# is it a random 386 motherboard with the CPU replaced?
Actually, as soon as I can afford it I'll be replacing it with a
dx2-66 Intel chip. A friend of mine has the exact board except it
has a Intel 33dx, so...
# 2) Try disabling the cache and see if it helps.
Thought of that already. Didn't work.
# 3) In /sys/i386/i386/locore.s, find the `#ifndef CYRIX_CACHE_WORKS',
# and rip out the *entire* #ifndef block, both the if and the else sides.
# See if that helps (with the cache turned on).
Now, is this a temporary fix or a way of disabling/enabling a not-so-
Greg "TwoTone" Spiegelberg SAIC UNIX Systems Admin Dude
RidgeNet, Ridgecrest, Ca. email@example.com
My views are hardly reasonable or credible thus are
contrary to others including SAICs.