John Floren | 1 Jul 23:42 2011
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Problems running "os" on ARM

I'm experimenting with Inferno on an ARM device and have found that
the "os" command doesn't seem to work. Specifically, I see this
behavior:

; os uname
SYS: process cmdproc faults: sys: segmentation violation addr=0xbeaffbd8
; os /system/xbin/uname
os: cannot exec: exec failed: Bad address
;

Has anyone else seen this? I'm a bit puzzled and have been trying to
troubleshoot the damn thing but to no avail.

John

Jason Catena | 4 Jul 00:20 2011
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Credo example: from lex and c source to cygwin executable, across directories

This article walks through building a trivial example of lex source
code into C, and then compiling the generated C source code into
object files and an executable in a different directory. The point is
to demonstrate using dodep to generate and customize build scripts
and list dependencies, and credo to execute the build process.

Credo example: from lex and c source to cygwin executable, across directories
http://swtools.wordpress.com/2011/07/03/credo-example-from-lex-and-c-source-to-cygwin-executable-across-directories/

Posting here because I wrote these build tools in Acme SAC, and they
use some nice features of Inferno: /env, apply, <{}, status, and os -T.

Jason Catena


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