To further to add on to info and to bring one point to notice,
I had build my kernel with SDE toolset (gcc version 3.4.4
mipssde-6.02.03-20050629) and binutils 2.15.94 (for e.g., GNU objcopy
It is mentioned on SDE site, that the SDE package will only install
compiler but I found that it installed binutils package also.
I am going to try with binutils 2.16 and lets see if it helps.
Thanks and Regards,
On 4/27/06, Shyamal Sadanshio <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Nigel, Ralf,
> Yes, I'm using the default config with option set to R1 processor.
> I am using NFS filesystem and loading the image through ethernet using
> Here's the sequence:
> Start NFS service
> load tftp://192.168.2.237/vmlinux.srec
> go .nfsroot=192.168.2.237/linux/mipsel ip=192.168.2.24
> Here's the YAMON boot message:
> NUX started...
> Config serial console: console=ttyS0,38400n8r
> * Exception (user) : Breakpoint *
> CAUSE = 0x10808024 STATUS = 0x10002c02
> CONFIG = 0x80030083 CONFIG1 = 0x1e9b4d8a
> EPC = 0x80549830 ERROREPC = 0x80029cf4
> BADVADDR = 0xffffffff HI = 0x00000000
> LO = 0x04000000
> $ 0(zr):0x00000000 $ 8(t0):0x804c18dc $16(s0):0x8056d0b8
> $ 1(at):0x10002c00 $ 9(t1):0x0000007f $17(s1):0x80490000
> $ 2(v0):0xffffffff $10(t2):0x00000040 $18(s2):0x80570000
> $ 3(v1):0xffffffe1 $11(t3):0x80570000 $19(s3):0x8056d0bc
> $ 4(a0):0x00000040 $12(t4):0x80570000 $20(s4):0x00000000
> $ 5(a1):0x00000000 $13(t5):0x00000000 $21(s5):0x804bffc0
> $ 6(a2):0x08000000 $14(t6):0x80571b91 $22(s6):0x00000000
> $ 7(a3):0xbbe00000 $15(t7):0x00000010 $23(s7):0x00000000
> I have attached my config file along with this mail.
> Thanks and Regards,
> On 4/27/06, Ralf Baechle <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 02:15:29PM +0530, Shyamal Sadanshio wrote:
> > > I am facing boot problem with the Malta specific 2.6.12-rc6 kernel.
> > > The kernel is not booting up on our Malta 4kc development board.
> > > I do not see any error messages on the minicom window.
> > In case you're using the default configuration file, it's set to
> > MIPS32R1 but the 4Kc is an R1 processor. Are you sure you really have a
> > 4Kc and not a 4Kec? The latter is an R2 processor.
> > Ralf