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Re: TS7200_INSTALL kernel problem solved - kernel too big!

From: Ken Hornstein <kenh%cmf.nrl.navy.mil@localhost>
> Right now really the only solution is to trim some of the fat off
> of the TS-7200 kernel.  The TS-7200 has only 32MB of memory in a
> few different chunks, and I don't think there are more than 8MB
> contiguous (Jesse, if you're still listening ... the memory map in
> the TS-7200 documentation seems to be missing this, and I think
> it's wrong about the lowest chunk).  In theory I think it would be
> possible to rejigger things so a larger kernel could fit ... but
> that runs into problems with fitting it in flash (right now not only
> does the INSTALL kernel not fit into memory, the non-INSTALL gzipped
> kernel doesn't fit into the spot available in flash).

Would it make sense to check in a 'known good' config, just so people have 
a working reference, even if it is light on functionality

David Brownlee <abs%absd.org@localhost>

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