Thanks for all the information guys. Sorry I didn't reply sooner. I got
buried at work with production problems but I've finally dug myself out from
It must have been a bad kaffe build. I deleted everything, reconfigured,
made sure I specified --with-engine=intrp and rebuilt.
Now, I'm getting signal 10. I may need to set my stack and heap size
smaller. kaffe's default sizes are bigger than all the memory in my pda.
I'll let y'all know what turns up.
From: "Kevin D. Kissell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Mark and Janice Juszczec" <email@example.com>,
CC: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: r3000 instruction set
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 18:21:19 +0100
> Someone suggested posting the message I get. Here it is:
> >./kaffe-bin FirstClass
> [kaffe-bin:6] Illgal instruction 674696a at 2abb034, ra=2adbffd0,
> pid 6: killed (signal 4)
> >Reading command line: Try again
> Kernel panic: Attmpted to kill int!
Let me guess. You are running little-endian. The instruction word
in memory would be 0x6a697406. Do you think it's a coincidence
that 0x6a6974 spells "jit" in ASCII? ;o)
The reported address range looks like that where kaffe builds its
JITted instruciton buffers in MIPS/Linux. And, like I say, JIT is
somewhat broken for MIPS in Kaffe. Which version of the kaffe sources
are you building, and have you tried configuring with --with-engine=intrp
as I suggested?
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