Patch boot/common/relocate.S to start kernel at 0x000c
dale at farnsworth.org
Wed Mar 5 07:13:02 EST 2003
On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 07:24:03PM +0000, Dan Malek wrote:
> Dale Farnsworth wrote:
> >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.)
> Ummm....are you _sure_ this patch works for all possible boards
> that use this bootloader file? We've been jumping everyone to
> location zero for a long time.
No, I wasn't sure. Now after some more looking, I'm sure that
it *won't* work for 40x, 44x, and 8xx.
I'll find another way.
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