check MMU state
dan at embeddededge.com
Mon Apr 7 23:53:56 EST 2003
Thomas Gleixner wrote:
> I'm working on a PMC board, where I can't modify the bootloader for now.
One of us doesn't understand the other :-)
The 'piggyback' loaders are in arch/ppc/boot. These are wrappers around
a compressed kernel. Their purpose is to take a boot environment, that
you likely can't modify, and convert it to something suitable for linux
before uncompressing/booting the kernel.
> I had to fight some time, but finaly i got it to work. :)
I don't understand how. The 8xx has internal boot parameters that must
get initialized by a piggyback loader. How did you do that?
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