Richard Todd wrote:
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Peter Wemm writes:
> >Richard Todd wrote:
> >> <---- No crashes as of here
> >> pushl $begin /* jump to high virtualized add
> > ress */
> >> ret
> >> /* now running relocated at KERNBASE where the system is linked to run */
> >> begin:
> >> <==== crashes before it gets here!!!
> >> /* set up bootstrap stack */
> >> movl proc0paddr,%eax /* location of in-kernel pages
> > */
> >I have some suspicions.. Can you do a nm on your kernel?
> >peter@daintree[8:41pm]~-102> nm /boot/kernel/kernel |grep begin
> >c0123689 t begin
> Sure. A working kernel (the one I'm booted off of now) shows:
> 55 ichotolot ~[11:49PM] Z% nm /boot/kernel.good5/kernel | grep begin
> c0128c79 t begin
> c0368b3f t mp_begin
> and one that crashes shows:
> 56 ichotolot ~[11:50PM] Z% nm /boot/kernel.old/kernel | grep begin
> c01290a9 t begin
> c038d49f t mp_begin
Now I am confused. I can't see any logical reason why the jump to "begin"
should fail like that... It is only ~168K into the text section...
Peter Wemm - [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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