The ultimate HOW-TO
skitmax81 at yahoo.it
Fri Aug 10 18:43:36 CEST 2007
Adam Lackorzynski wrote:
>> Now, the output on screen seems to be the same! :confused:
>> After the loading of the modules it reports these lines:
>> Relocated mbi to [0x2000-0x240c]
>> Loading ╝☺
>> => can't load module (no ELF executable)
>> find kernel info page...
>> could not find kernel info page, maybe your kernel is too old
>> Key press reboots...
>> Maybe the l4env aren't too updated and I've to download, compile and
>> the http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/download/snapshots/ hello package with
>> updated fiasco? So I use the module fiasco that this compiling/building
>> produces -probably is newer and better?-..
> If you used svn you should have recent enough sources.
> Your output looks really strange, as bootstrap would try to load garbled
> memory. There should be some paths after 'Loading'.
..I've notice that I didn't patch GRUB.. maybe the problems start here.. so:
a) The version is 0.97
b) To patch there are to download it, download the latest patch
(grub-0.97-os.5.diff) and do:
I - patch -p0 < grub-0.97-os.5.diff
II - ./configure; make; make install
III - grub-install /dev/sda7
Now, my questions are:
1) Where can I find informations about where is the GRUB installed?
-- 2) I've tried but there are errors with make.. --
I'm scared to manage it.. 8-O
> So, just start with
> a really small test which keeps things simple:
> kernel .../bootstrap -serial
> modaddr 0x2000000
> modules .../fiasco -serial_esc
> modules .../sigma0
> modules .../roottask
> modules .../hello
Ehm.. :-(( there isn't the hello module.. then I've downloaded the hello
package only to compile/build it and retreive the hello module.. by the way,
the output (hello or not hello), is this:
startup(l4util_mb_info_t*, l4_umword_t, void *):Assertion 'mbi -> flags &
Key press reboots...
It reboots without any pression of key (maybe the -serial option?) and ok,
no problem, but I don't comprehend what's up.. a doubt: the addresses are
right? Because I've seen that the modaddr that we use in this example is of
You should be angry with me, but for me it's the first time that I do these
Renew thank you..
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