PCMCIA ATA flash support?

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Wed Jun 21 17:07:43 EST 2000

In message <5824.961553366 at msa.cmst.csiro.au> Murray Jensen wrote:
> They won't be - the backtrace prints the return (or link in ppc speak)
> address i.e. the next instruction to be executed after a return from the
> current function (or stack frame). Just sort your System.map file on the

The System.map file  _is_ already sorted.

> first column (hex address) and then look for the largest value in the
> first column that is still less than the next address in the backtrace.
> This gives you some idea of which function that address is within, and
> how far in that function it is. A bit tedious but ok for a start.

No need to do this by hand. See the attached script - just  give  the
path  of  the  System.map  file  to  use  as  argument,  and feed the
backtrace to stdin.

> What would be better is to get kgdb working, then gdb will work all this

I agree.

Wolfgang Denk

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