booting lx_ginger.iso

cem akpolat akpolatcem at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 18:22:32 CEST 2014


Hi,

There is also issues while booting lx_ginger.iso (from l4android.org), it
stems from the lx_ginger.cfg file.


akpolat at akpolatX240:~/Desktop$ qemu-system-x86_64 -cdrom lx_ginger.iso -m
512 -serial stdio

Welcome to Fiasco.OC (ia32)!
L4/Fiasco.OC ia32 microkernel (C) 1998-2011 TU Dresden
Rev: r30 compiled with gcc 4.4.3 for Intel Pentium    [.up]
Build: #32 Tue Feb 15 10:07:33 CET 2011

Performance-critical config option(s) detected:
  CONFIG_NDEBUG is off
  CONFIG_NO_FRAME_PTR is off

Superpages: yes
Kmem:: cpu page at 1fff8000 (4096Bytes)
Enabling SVM support
NASID: 0x10
ACPI-Init
ACPI: RSDP = 0xf09e0   pRSDT = 1ffffbc1   pXSDT =                0
ACPI: OEM: BOCHS
MADT = 0x203ffb11
IO-APIC[ 0]: struct: 0x203ffb45 adr=fec00000
IO-APIC[ 0]: pins 23
  PIN[ 0m]: vector=20, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 1m]: vector=21, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 2m]: vector=22, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 3m]: vector=23, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 4m]: vector=24, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 5m]: vector=25, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 6m]: vector=26, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 7m]: vector=27, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 8m]: vector=28, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[ 9m]: vector=29, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[10m]: vector=2a, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[11m]: vector=2b, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[12m]: vector=2c, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[13m]: vector=2d, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[14m]: vector=2e, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[15m]: vector=2f, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[16m]: vector=30, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[17m]: vector=31, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[18m]: vector=32, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[19m]: vector=33, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[20m]: vector=34, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[21m]: vector=35, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[22m]: vector=36, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
  PIN[23m]: vector=37, del=0, dm=physical, dest=0 (high, edge)
IO-APIC: dual 8259: yes
IO-APIC: ovr[ 0] 00 -> 2
IO-APIC: ovr[ 1] 05 -> 5
IO-APIC: ovr[ 2] 09 -> 9
IO-APIC: ovr[ 3] 0a -> a
IO-APIC: ovr[ 4] 0b -> b
Allocate cpu_mem @ 0xfeff6000
Local APIC[00]: version=11 max_lvt=5
APIC ESR value before/after enabling: 00000000/00000000
Using the Local APIC timer on vector 90 (Periodic Mode) for scheduling
SERIAL ESC: allocated IRQ 4 for serial uart
SERIAL ESC: allocated IRQ 4 for serial uart
Not using serial hack in slow timer handler.
Absolute KIP Syscalls using: Sysenter
CPU[0:0]: AuthenticAMD (6:6:3:0)[00000663] Model: Athlon (Palomino) at 2694
MHz

 255/512 Entry I TLB (4K pages)    255 Entry I TLB (4M pages)
 255/512 Entry D TLB (4K pages)    255 Entry D TLB (4M pages)
  64 KB L1 I Cache (2-way associative, 64 bytes per line)
  64 KB L1 D Cache (2-way associative, 64 bytes per line)
 512 KB L2 U Cache (8-way associative, 64 bytes per line)

Freeing init code/data: 28672 bytes (7 pages)

VMX: Not supported
Calibrating timer loop... done.
SIGMA0: Hello!
  KIP @ 400000
  Found Fiasco: KIP syscalls: yes
  allocated 4KB for maintenance structures
SIGMA0: Dump of all resource maps
RAM:------------------------
[0:1000;9efff]
[0:10c000;13ffff]
[4:140000;18ffff]
[0:190000;2dbfff]
[4:2dc000;2dcfff]
[0:2dd000;3fffff]
[0:469000;137dfff]
[4:137e000;7883fff]
[0:7884000;1d70ffff]
IOMEM:----------------------
[0:0;fff]
[0:9f000;fffff]
[0:1fffe000;febfffff]
[0:fec01000;fedfffff]
[0:fee01000;ffffffff]
IO PORTS--------------------------
[0:0;fffffff]
MOE: Hello world
MOE: found 377736 KByte free memory
MOE: found RAM from 1000 to 1d710000
MOE: allocated 471 KByte for the page array @0x1000
MOE: virtual user address space [0-bfffffff]
MOE: rom name space cap -> [C:501000]
  BOOTFS: [137e000-146d25c] [C:503000] l4re
  BOOTFS: [146e000-165555b] [C:504000] ned
  BOOTFS: [1656000-1ea917f] [C:505000] io
  BOOTFS: [1eaa000-1f82d39] [C:506000] rtc
  BOOTFS: [1f83000-22812f8] [C:507000] mag
  BOOTFS: [2282000-23d7cf5] [C:508000] fb-drv
  BOOTFS: [908a000-908a83b] [C:509000] lx_ginger.cfg
  BOOTFS: [9064000-90643b7] [C:50a000] x86-legacy.devs
  BOOTFS: [9080000-908086f] [C:50b000] x86_android.vbus
  BOOTFS: [23d8000-28179f3] [C:50c000] vmlinuz.android
  BOOTFS: [2818000-2912000] [C:50d000] root-x86-ginger.img
  BOOTFS: [2913000-7884000] [C:50e000] system-x86-ginger.img
MOE: cmdline: moe rom/lx_ginger.cfg
MOE: Starting: rom/ned rom/lx_ginger.cfg
MOE: loading 'rom/ned'
Ned says: Hi World!
Ned: loading file: 'rom/lx_ginger.cfg'
io      | Io service
io      | Hello from L4-ACPICA
io      | Find root Pointer
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(40e, 2) = 40040e
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(9fc00, 400) = 49fc00
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(e0000, 20000) = 4e0000
io      | Find root Pointer: f09e0
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(f09e0, 24) = 4f09e0
io      | ACPI: RSDP 0xf09e0 00014 (v00 BOCHS )
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffffbc1, 24) = bffbc1
io      | ACPI: RSDT 0x1ffffbc1 00034 (v01 BOCHS  BXPCRSDT 00000001 BXPC
00000001)
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffffbc1, 34) = bffbc1
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffff1c0, 24) = bff1c0
io      | ACPI: FACP 0x1ffff1c0 00074 (v01 BOCHS  BXPCFACP 00000001 BXPC
00000001)
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffff1c0, 74) = bff1c0
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1fffe040, 24) = bfe040
io      | ACPI: DSDT 0x1fffe040 01180 (v01 BOCHS  BXPCDSDT 00000001 BXPC
00000001)
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1fffe000, 24) = bfe000
io      | ACPI: FACS 0x1fffe000 00040
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffff234, 24) = bff234
io      | ACPI: SSDT 0x1ffff234 008DD (v01 BOCHS  BXPCSSDT 00000001 BXPC
00000001)
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffffb11, 24) = bffb11
io      | ACPI: APIC 0x1ffffb11 00078 (v01 BOCHS  BXPCAPIC 00000001 BXPC
00000001)
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffffb89, 24) = bffb89
io      | ACPI: HPET 0x1ffffb89 00038 (v01 BOCHS  BXPCHPET 00000001 BXPC
00000001)
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1fffe040, 1180) = bfe040
io      | Parsing all Control Methods:
io      | Table [DSDT](id 0001) - 144 Objects with 18 Devices 52 Methods 8
Regions
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1ffff234, 8dd) = bff234
io      | Parsing all Control Methods:
io      | Table [SSDT](id 0002) - 155 Objects with 32 Devices 42 Methods 1
Regions
io      |  tbxface-0601 [02] TbLoadNamespace       : ACPI Tables
successfully acquired
io      | enable ACPI subsystem
io      | evxfevnt-0184 [02] Enable                : Transition to ACPI
mode successful
io      | AcpiOsMapMemory(1fffe000, 40) = bfe000
io      | evgpeblk-1129 [04] EvCreateGpeBlock      : GPE 00 to 0F [_GPE] 2
regs on int 0x9
io      |
/home/mlange/projects/l4re/src/l4/pkg/acpica/lib-acpi/src/osl-basic.cc:57:AcpiOsInstallInterruptHandler:
UNINPLEMENTED
io      | initialize ACPI objects
io      | Completing Region/Field/Buffer/Package
initialization:.....................................
io      | Initialized 9/9 Regions 2/2 Fields 21/21 Buffers 5/5 Packages
(308 nodes)
io      | Initializing Device/Processor/Thermal objects by executing _INI
methods:
io      | Executed 0 _INI methods requiring 1 _STA executions (examined 53
objects)
io      | evgpeblk-1234 [03] EvInitializeGpeBlock  : Found 0 Wake, Enabled
16 Runtime GPEs in this block
io      | Interpreter enabled
io      | scanning for PCI root bridge
io      | Found PCI root bridge...
io      | Using IOAPIC for interrupt routing
io      | ACPICA-Version:20091214, System in ACPI MODE, 32bit timer
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM * [000000000a0000-000000000bffff 20000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=1ffff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM * [000000000a0000-000000000bffff 20000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=1ffff flags=c002)
io      | IGNORE ACPI RES: 1
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [000000000c0000-000000000fffff 40000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=3ffff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [000000000c0000-000000000fffff 40000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=3ffff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [0000000009f000-0000000009ffff 1000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=fff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [0000000009f000-0000000009ffff 1000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=fff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [00000000000000-00000000000fff 1000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=fff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [00000000000000-00000000000fff 1000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=fff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [000000000a0000-000000000bffff 20000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=1ffff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: phys mmio resource allocation failed
io      | IOMEM   [000000000a0000-000000000bffff 20000] non-pref (32bit)
(align=1ffff flags=c002)
io      | WARNING: device 'PS2' already assigned to an other virtual bus.
io      | WARNING: device 'S18_' already assigned to an other virtual bus.
io      | Service registration failed: 'froyo_bus'
io      | Ready. Waiting for request.
mag     | Hello from MAG
fb      | Trying execution of ``set VBE mode'' using x86emu
fb      | VBE BIOS not present.
fb      | Failed to setup Framebuffer
mag     | Error: Exception: Void capability invoked: requesting goos info:
backtrace ...
mag     | 1002e2f
mag     | 103f4a5
mag     | 1000dcb
mag     | 10026de
mag     | 105390c
mag     | 10000e1
mag     |
mag     | MAG: destroy FB svc
Ned[lua]: Hm, cpapbility 436000 does not support the meta protocol: -2004
Ned: ERROR: rom/lx_ginger.cfg:82: attempt to call method 'create' (a nil
value)
rtc     | Date:21.07.2014 Time:16:18:35

Br,
Cem Akpolat
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