rsiemsen at rossvideo.com
Fri Aug 6 21:22:33 EST 2004
Wolfgang Denk wrote:
> Looks as if your init is crashing.
> Try running a (statically linked) shell instead (by passing some
> init=/bin/sh" option on the boot command line).
This could also be a floating point issue. Most code compiled against
libc will try to "reset" the floating point state upon startup. This
will cause a fault if you do not have a kernel floating point emulator
of some sort loaded to handle it. (Even though init doesn't use any
floating point itself). So as a quick test try building your kernel
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