chrp mmu and booting.
benh at kernel.crashing.org
Sat Jan 24 22:36:27 EST 2004
> Well, as you know, we were forced on pegasos to force the start
> address to 0X10000, since the translate call returned 0. I spoke with
> the OF guy, and he said that it is normal that translate would return 0
> if you send it 0, which probably means that the translation is just
> plain doing nothing, which made me believe that the MMU must be of, or
> doing a plain identify translation or something.
I have to dbl check the code, we should translate our current offset
actually, not 0. (To get your current offset, bl <something>, then
mflr r3; blr)
> I was wondering if this is how it is supposed to be or not, and as i
> have access to the OF source code, i wondered if it was something worth
> > What prom.c is expected to return is at what physical address the kernel
> > was loaded. If you have MMU off or 1:1 mapping, the reloc "offset" is
> > usually enough, but if OF have setup some kind of non-1:1 MMU mapping
> > then you need the translate call.
> Sven Luther
Benjamin Herrenschmidt <benh at kernel.crashing.org>
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