Ralf Baechle wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 31, 2005 at 11:30:36AM -0400, Stephen P. Becker wrote:
> > >Daring. Hardly anybody is using EISA on that machine and even less so on
> > >64-bit, expect to find bugs.
> > Furthermore, 64-bit kernels are somewhat broken on ip22 right now.
> > Something is wrong with memory allocation, and it really screws a lot of
> > things up. Off the top of my head, you won't be able to turn on swap,
> > mount a ricerfs partition, or dd large blocks from /dev/zero. You would
> > be much better of sticking with 32-bit at this time.
> But that seems an IP22-specific problem.
I _think_ it hits every 64bit kernel which uses mappings in CKSEG0.
Do you know a system where this works?