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Re: Building 64 bit kernel on Cobalt

To: "Jim Gifford" <>
Subject: Re: Building 64 bit kernel on Cobalt
From: "Franck Bui-Huu" <>
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 11:38:23 +0100
Cc: "Linux MIPS List" <>, "Ralf Baechle" <>
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Jim Gifford wrote:
Jim Gifford wrote:
What did the console say ? If nothing early console may help if
All I get is this
inflate: decompressing
elf64: 00080000 - 0037701f (ffffffff.80326000) (ffffffff.80000000)
elf64: ffffffff.80080000 (80080000) 2957446t + 151450t
net: interface down

Where does this trace come from ? from a bootloader ?
I don't understand its format, can you explain ? All I can say that
it seems that you're using CKSEG0 for kernel addresses.

You also said that you don't have any initrd. And most of the changes
you reverted back is related to initrd except this part:

-       reserved_end = init_initrd();
-       reserved_end = PFN_UP(CPHYSADDR(max(reserved_end, (unsigned 
+       reserved_end = max(init_initrd(), PFN_UP(__pa_symbol(&_end)));

Can you try a plain 2.6.20 with this only change ? If it helps, can
you give the value of 'reserved_end' in both cases ?

Do you use default cobalt config file ?

BTW does Cobalt platform have early printk available ? if so can you use
it ?

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