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Re: better late than never: amigappc progress
On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 15:44:29 +0100 Frank Wille wrote:
> Indeed. Maybe it is at 0xfff00000, but the A1200's 68060- or ppc.library
> protects the area from the M68k.
> The 68k boot code is copied to 0xfff03000 with CopyMem() while multi-
> tasking and MMU are still enabled, so it might help to switch everything
> off first.
Looks like the memory is there, but only first 8K at 0xfff00000 is writable.
Is it necessary to have the boot code up there?
Anyway after running your BPPCFix tool ("bppcfix install reboot") all of it
So then I can run gobsdppc a bit further. It now prints
Booting Single-User...Using 32256K FASTMEM at 0x76000000, 2M CHIPMEM
then resets the display and nothing more happens.
Which I guess is pretty much what can be expected currently.
> But that's ugly! I wonder what happens when you put in a 4 MB SIMM
> together with the 32 MB SIMM? I hope the memory is contiguous?
32M in first slot and 4M in second slot:
Memory Address: $66000020 Size: $0237FFE0 (36351K) Type=$00 CACHEABLE
4M in first slot and 32M in second slot:
Memory Address: $57C00020 Size: $0237FFE0 (36351K) Type=$00 CACHEABLE
And one more: 4M in first slot and another 4M in second slot:
Memory Address: $47C00020 Size: $0077FFE0 (7679K) Type=$00 CACHEABLE
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