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Re: Kernel located in KSEG2 or KSEG3.

To: moreau francis <francis_moreau2000@yahoo.fr>
Subject: Re: Kernel located in KSEG2 or KSEG3.
From: sjhill@realitydiluted.com
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 13:04:27 -0600 (CST)
Cc: linux-mips@linux-mips.org
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> Here is my board's mapping:
> 
> Physical Memory Map:
> 
> start        size       type
> -----------------------------
> 0x20000000 - 8MB    - SDRAM
> 0x30000000 - 16MB   - FLASH
> 0x40000000 - 16MB   - FLASH
> 0x50000000 - 2MB    - SRAM
> 
Your board manufacturer should be shot and then have
their hands and tongue cut off. All kidding aside,
are you sure there is no device mapped in the physical
address range of 0x1fc00000-0x1fffffff? I highly doubt
your board would boot otherwise, since a MIPS processor
coming out of reset jumps to physical address 0x1fc00000.
Can you check the board's manual? Thanks.

-Steve

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