On Sun, 16 Feb 2003 18:20:47 +0100
Julian Scheel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This don't helps for me. I get the same error, but with "cop00x21" instead of
I'm sorry for shorten explanation. Now I'm at home and have enough
o Rewrite 'standby' only in inline-assembler code, not any C symbol.
o Rewrite 'standby' with 'c0 0x21'.
Space or tab is required between 'c0' and '0x21'.
I thought 'cop0' op-code is also acceptable, but it may be my
How I did to examine the mnemonic 'c0':
1. The users manual of VR-series says that machine code of 'standby'
instruction is 0x42000021.
2. Make a file which contains only this code;
perl -e 'printf "\x21\x00\x00\x42";' > standby.bin
(Byte sequence is reversed because of little-endian)
3. Disassemble the file
mipsel-linux-objdump -b binary -mmips:4600 -D standby.bin
_._. __._ _ . ... _ .___ ._. _____ _... ._ _._ _.._. .____ _ . ... _