Ralf Baechle writes:
> On Fri, Jan 09, 1998 at 08:04:57PM -0800, Shrijeet Mukherjee wrote:
> > I tried to compile the latest sources for an Indigo R4k .. with minimal
> > functionality .. i.e. most of the newer stuff has been left out.
> > after the compilation, trying to bring the machine up by serving the
> > kernel via NFS/BOOTP gets me this message
> > sash
> > "unable to execute bootp()tantrik:/usr/local/boot/vmlinux: Not enough
> > space"
> > "unable to load bootp()tantrik:/usr/local/boot/vmlinux: Not enough space"
> > sash
> Did you modify the load address of the kernel? Indy kernels are by
> default linked for address 0x88002000 because the Indy has a 128mb
> hole in it's address space there. I assumes (wje???) that your box
> has it's memory mapped from 0x80000000 upwards, so this would only
> work if you actually have that more than 128mb ...
Indy and Indigo R40000 both have the hole at the bottom of the
address space, so main memory is mapped starting at 0x88000000, with
512 KB double-mapped at 0x80000000.