Problem with MMU again
mikko.alutoin at luukku.com
Sun Mar 28 00:05:04 EST 2004
I traced over the rfi-instruction for a reason: I was not able to break at start_kernel, but setting a breakpoint at start_here worked ok. Also, tracing over the rfi with a working kernel took me directly to start_kernel. So I thought MMU was to blame, but little did I know...
Thanks for the reply, I'll try your advice when I get back to work on Monday.
> You are chasing ghosts. There is nothing wrong with the MMU
> There are just times during the initialization that the system and the
> are not exactly in sync. This is one of them.
> Let the code run, do some post-mortem debugging (like dumping out the
> console log buffer for starters). Work backward from the failure
> of trying to step into it (pun intended) :-)
> -- Dan
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