Is the MIPS kernel buildable from HEAD?
jmallett at FreeBSD.org
Wed Aug 25 21:49:44 UTC 2010
Those aren't errors per se; if nothing is happening after that,
something else is wrong. If you aren't using a recent U-Boot, I
suggest installing a recent U-Boot. If you are using a recent U-Boot
and know how to recompile it, I can send you patches that might help.
There is an unused data structure, linux_app_boot_info_t, which
clobbers some of the memory used for launching multiple processors in
U-Boot 1.9.0. I have patches to remove it if you would like to give
that a try.
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 14:34, Patrick Mahan <PMahan at adaranet.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to build it for a Cavium eval board EBT5800 - and I am getting
> the following error(s):
> Octeon ebt5800# bootoctlinux 20000000
> ELF file is 32 bit
> Skipping non LOAD program header (type 0x6)
> Skipping non LOAD program header (type 0x3)
> Skipping non LOAD program header (type 0x70000000)
> Have you seen this?
> This is trying to build it with OCTEON1-32 configuration file.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: M. Warner Losh [mailto:imp at bsdimp.com]
>> Sent: Wednesday, August 25, 2010 2:13 PM
>> To: Patrick Mahan
>> Cc: freebsd-mips at FreeBSD.org
>> Subject: Re: Is the MIPS kernel buildable from HEAD?
>> In message: <32AB5C9615CC494997D9ABB1DB12783C024C875590 at SJ-EXCH-
>> Patrick Mahan <PMahan at adaranet.com> writes:
>> : Is it possible to build the MIPS kernel from HEAD? Or is the
>> : current development still external to the HEAD branch?
>> Yes. The tip of head is where the mips action is these days. There
>> is no external development branch.
>> There is one issue, however. If you are building for one of the
>> 64-bit processors a 64-bit kernel, then the required userland won't
>> build. There's still issues that need to be sorted out...
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