Please set up serial console, and find out where kernel crashes.
It is pretty obvious that happens before gbefb is initialized, but
after ip32-reset is setup (which sets up timer to blink the LED),
thus should be able to give you some output on serial port.
Oh, and what does it have to do with fact you have 128M of RAM?
Giuseppe Sacco wrote:
Il giorno mer, 12-01-2005 alle 23:49 -0800, Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh ha
"Cannot boot" is not very good describtion of the problem.
You are right.
Arcboot is Debian version 0.3.8.4. I select the stanza arcboot should
use, with 'setenv OSLoadFilename <stanza>" and the kernel is loaded.
Then it s ran and the only change I see is the red led blinking. The
screen messages are:
Loading program segment 1 at 0x80004000, offset=0x4000, size = 0x3df086
Zeroing memory at 0x803e3086, size = 0x2bf9a
Starting 32-bit kernel