> > By looking through the startup code I came across some things that
> > I didn't understand ... I'm still waiting for my copy of Kane's
> > "MIPS RISC architecture" book
> > (our library has it, but it's currently loaned to s.o. else :().
> You really need a copy of this, though there is a half-way decent
> description of the R3000 architecture in the DEC documentation.
You should also try to make shure that you have a newer edition of the
Kane. The newer releases also cover the R6000 and R4000 and go more
into the details than the first edition that I'm using.
> > - Am I correct in assuming that the boot monitor already sets up a
> > virtual->physical address mapping ? In dec_entry.S a commenct reads
The KSEG0/KSEg1 mappings are wired in the hardware and not setup by the