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Re: break into trap.c recursive
I'm still stuck with bootstrapping.
I could cross-build the kernel (netbsd) and loader (skiload)
out of the checked-out source tree on an x86 machine but
the ski emulator does not open skiload - it rejects complaining
'skiload - unsupported ABI'.
What's the magic to run the bootloader?
(I tried FreeBSD skiload binary From its 6.0-RELEASE CD, but
it didn't boot either)
From: "Cherry G. Mathew" <cherry.g.mathew%gmail.com@localhost>
Subject: Re: break into trap.c recursive
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005 14:16:58 +0530
> On 12/9/05, Cherry G. Mathew <cherry.g.mathew%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> > but while printing panic info, gets into a recursive "Alternate Data
> > TLB" trap.
> OK. NetBSD/ia64 got its first wild pointer :-)
> Have broken into debugger prompt, but need to make it do something usefull.
> Will post code when things actually work.
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