McGranaghan, Sean <SMcGranaghan <at> vanteon.com>
2004-02-15 23:15:35 GMT
I have recently
started working with the evbarm port of NetBSD. Please feel free to re-direct me
to an appropriate list for followup if needed.
I have two
1.) I have
configured a kernel to boot from a ramdisk. The default size is 8192 blocks
(4M). If I try and increase the size of the ramdisk my new kernel panics with
the following error:
pmap_map_chunk: no L2 table for VA 0xc0800000
I have set
MEMORY_DISK_ROOT_SIZE=16384 in my config file and set the image size to 8192k
for the makefs command. Am I missing something else?
2.) I have been
trying to build a simple LKM under evbarm. When I use modload to load a skeleton
driver ld segfaults:
"ld -R /dev/ksyms -e
fibo_lkmentry -o /tmp/fibo -Ttext 0x0 /tmp/fibo.o
Segmentation fault (core dumped) ld -R /dev/ksyms...
prelink 'fibo.o' creating 'fibo'
After searching the
archives I found several emails and a bug report that mention issues with LKM's
for evbarm. Issue # port-arm:22015 specifically. What is the current status of
LKM's and evbarm? Is this a bug in ld?
Any help is