Patch boot/common/relocate.S to start kernel at 0x000c
dale at farnsworth.org
Wed Mar 5 06:16:44 EST 2003
arch/ppc/boot/common/relocate.S starts the kernel at address 0
which fails if you have a second cpu running at secondary_hold.
(The code at secondary hold writes the cpu id at address 4.)
This patch starts the kernel at address 0xc instead.
===== arch/ppc/boot/common/relocate.S 1.6 vs edited =====
--- 1.6/arch/ppc/boot/common/relocate.S Thu Feb 27 12:40:14 2003
+++ edited/arch/ppc/boot/common/relocate.S Tue Mar 4 10:09:52 2003
@@ -200,8 +200,10 @@
* Start at the begining.
+ * Well, actually on the 4th instruction since we
+ * overwrite the first 3 sometimes (which are 'nop').
- li r9,0x0000
+ li r9,0x000c
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