On Mon, Mar 24, 2003 at 08:16:03AM +0100, Julian Scheel wrote:
> as I wrote a few weeks ago I have a NEC VR4181A-Board, on which I want to get
> linux running. Currently I have a kernel which should work, but it can't
> boot, since linux seems to expect that the registers have been already set by
> the bootloader. Since the used bootloader is a very small one which only
> proceeds the given files (written by a friend of me) it didn't do this job,
> so linux tries to access registers, which are not set yet.
Fixinging the few assumptions that Linus is making about the initializaton
state of the machine should be fairly easy.