Userland (UX) Runtime

Michael J. Emswiler memswiler at gmail.com
Tue Jun 27 11:02:33 CEST 2006


After further debugging, it appears to enter sigma0_thread->initialize(...) 
and executes all through to the end of the function, however, I am guessing 
it is changing the return instruction pointer, because it never comes back 
from that function to the caller, nor does it print the Sigma0 Hello message 
I would expect, so i haven't had time to figure out where it is actually 
going.

Attached is a tgz with binaries I compiled for i586.  Originally, i had 
targeted fiasco for the Athlon specifically, since that is what I am running, 
but I thought I would try the i586 to see if it would make a difference.

There appears to be no difference in functionality between running i586 or 
Athlon fiasco binaries on my AMD.

Any insight you could offer would be greatly and humbly appreciated!

Thanks,
MikeE

On Tuesday 27 June 2006 04:47, Christian Helmuth wrote:
> Hey,
>
> I have no idea what went wrong on your machine and remote guessing is very
> unreliable. Maybe you could provide your binaries to us? We'll need
>
>   fiasco
>   irq0
>   sigma0-ux
>   roottask
>   hello
>
> Cheers

-- 
Thanks,
MikeE
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