Subject: Re: Any resolution for LKM issues?
To: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greywolf <email@example.com>
Date: 03/16/2001 10:34:41
On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, Bill Studenmund wrote:
# > Therefore (and in order to avoid implementing a totally different LKM
# > loading scheme) LKMs are allocated in the E segment (just as any other
# > memory that is allocated by the kernel).
# Unfortunatly that means that we MUST change the toolchain to get them to
# work. :-(
Actually, doesn't that mean that you just change the definition of the
text (-T) address, like the kernel makefile does, or am I just showing my
lack of knowledge on this subject? :-)
I mean, couldn't you build the LKM and pass it -Ttext e0000000 or some
such? It doesn't strike me that the toolchain itself needs to be changed
...or is this the 26 vs. 32 bit issue remarked earlier?
[Wolf is seeking education, please not to ridicule the fuzzy-brained lupine.]
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