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Re: Kernel ELF entry point
On 11/10/14 07:10, Masao Uebayashi wrote:
Unfortunately NetBSD kernel build infrastructure can't differentiate
kernel configuration from how it's loaded (load address, entry
address). Consequently you have to use workarounds, not a solution.
Defining ENTRYPOINT seems perfectly reasonable to me.
I'm wondering that kernel should be always provided as a relocatable,
so that it can be linked against different load addresses. I've
received only negative reactions, though.
You have had mostly questions about the value of using a relocatable
stage to solve
the MI linker script as far as I can tell.
Are there any others? For example, how about generating a linker script
from MI and MD parts
at for use at final link time?
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