The easiest thing to do is have YAMON load the image,
connect with your debugger and set a breakpoint at
some starting point of the linux kernel, then enter
the go command with the program arguments on the
YAMON command line.
The rest is debugger specific. If you are using Green
Hills Software's MULTI debugger, I can help you with
the details. If you are using MULTI and you give me a
little time to figure it out, I could even give you a
way to do it without YAMON.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of amit lubovsky
> Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 5:28 AM
> To: mips-linux
> Subject: malta-5kc
> I try to load a linux image to a malta-5kc board with
> a hw debugger.
> Before I load the image I load YAMON in order to
> initialize the board.
> This doesn't work and I have understood that I have to
> set up some of the cpu registers to certain values
> (like for command line parameters, etc.)
> Could anyone help me with that?, which registers and
> to what values?
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