Apparently, On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 06:17:38PM -0500,
Andrew Gallatin said words to the effect of;
> Andrew Gallatin writes:
> > Since thread0 is no longer a pointer, this looks suspicious in locore.s:
> > /*
> > * Switch to proc0's PCB.
> > */
> > ldq t0,thread0 /* get phys addr of pcb */
> > ldq a0,TD_MD_PCBPADDR(t0)
> > SWITCH_CONTEXT
> Yeah.. that's it. I hacked around it by taking thread0's address in
> machdep.c, shoving it into a global and using that global in locore.s
> The resulting kernel booted.
> What's the "right" way to do this?
I think you want lda, its used to load an address constant in support.s:
lda t0, fusufault /* trap faults */
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