> here the patch for the smallest DECstations.
> Well, it gets a little further than the calibrate_delay().
> The hardware setup is done completely without the PROM.
> Also included are the console code of Michael Engel and most of the patch
> of Harald Koerfgen.
Cool! Can you send the context diff as Ralf suggested as soon as you can?
I ask because I have some time this week, but things will get busy next
week when I'm back at work. The context diff will make it a *lot* quicker
to integrate the code...
> The memory detection relies on the dbe exception when reading as
> physically non-existing memory location. This should be ok, hopefully,
> for all DECstation.
I think so...
> I could only test the code on some DS3100/DS2100.
I'll test it on the 5000's...
> I altered arch/mips/dec/int-handler.S quite a bit, and I'm pretty shure
> that it'll not run on other machines, but it might be enough to correct
> the jump table.
I'll see how it goes... I think I have enough documentation to fix this
for the 5000's. I've just got Ralf's experimental 126.96.36.199 booting again
on my 5000, so I'm keen to throw your code into that.
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