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Re: [Xen-devel] Breakage in -unstable for Transmeta

On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Keir Fraser wrote:

> On 23 Jun 2005, at 21:45, Carl Holtje ;021;vcsg6; wrote:
> > Alright.. So where do you suggest I look to try solving this?.. I was
> > setting waypoints in x86_32.S by printing a character and it seems to
> > be
> > that code that it broke at. Since those lines reference the page table
> > stuff at the bottom, I'm not entirely sure where else to poke at..
> >
> > I generated a diff between what I know works (on the Transmeta) and my
> > most recent bk pull -- the changes seem to be more applicable to SMP
> > than
> > anything else...
> It's hard to believe that things are failing that early. If you put
> your debugging code at the same point(s) in x86_32.S in a working
> version of Xen, does that still work? (i.e., could it be your debugging
> code at fault?)

Yes, it still works.. like I mentioned, my code simply writes a character
to the framebuffer.. different characters in different locations provide

The only exception to 'it still works' is if I print waypoint characters
before the multiboot check (because I was using that register)..
everything else works fine..



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