The kernel halt after "transferring control to linux(0x000000)..." on HD860(MPC860SR) board kernel 2.4.25, and 2.6.12
wd at denx.de
Fri Aug 5 19:16:33 EST 2005
In message <A9DE2BAF233E444FA9C5E77A5825A01E865055 at ydmail.sbell.com.cn> you wrote:
> I meet a problem when porting kernel 2.4.25,and 2.6.12 to a HD860
> board: Whatever your config, or whatever you patch, set ppcboot
> whether use ramdisk or nfs, the kernel all display a message then
How do you define "halt"? There is no "halt" instruction in the CPU,
so it must be doing "something".
> The log_buf in Memory display that the kernel has problem at :
> 1. /init/main.c calibrate_delay() ;
> 2. /init/main.c do_initcalls() do while dead loop!!
> 3. /init/do_mounts.c mount_root()
Locate the problems and fix them.
> Does it need any patches? thanks!
> The kernel 2.4.25 is from ELDK 3.1.1, 22.214.171.124 is from kernel.org
this kernel works fine on many, many other boards. It's extremely
likely that the problems are caused by your port only.
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