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Re: Build oskit-mach, immediate page fault

From: Soeren D. Schulze
Subject: Re: Build oskit-mach, immediate page fault
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2005 15:14:34 +0200

> Soeren D. Schulze wrote:
> >>It just won't die! :-)
> > Could you tell how you exactly got it working?  I tried the binary on
> > this machine (i686) naively with
> > 
> > title   Debian GNU/Hurd Mach 2
> root (hd0,1)
> > kernel  (hd0,1)/boot/oskit-mach-2005-04-13 root=device:hd0s2
> kernel  /boot/oskit-mach-2005-04-13 root=device:hd0s2 --
> > module  (hd0,1)/hurd/ext2fs.static 
> > --multiboot-command-line=${kernel-command-line} 
> > --host-priv-port=${host-port} --device-master-port=${device-port} 
> > --exec-server-task=${exec-task} -T typed ${root} $(task-create) 
> > $(task-resume)
> > module  (hd0,1)/lib/ld.so.1 /hurd/exec $(exec-task=task-create)
> > boot
> > 
> > and it rebooted immediatly after booting, i.e. the screen flushed before
> > I could press Scroll Lock.
> The machine I managed to get it to run on is an Intel PII 233 MHz on a Intel 
> AL440LX motherboard with 384 MiB RAM.
> Running it with qemu doesn't really work, even though it doesn't reboot 
> immediately, it fails to read from the qemu hd image.
> I've put up the hd image (gzipped), the bootable CD iso and the menu.lst file 
> I've used with qemu at the same location, if you'd like to try it.
>       http://vmlinux.org/jocke/gnu/hurd/
> The grub.iso.gz is where the good stuff is, so you don't really need the hd 
> image gnu.img.gz.  I use the iso for testing OSKit example kernels. md5sums 
> are listed in the README.

OK, thanks, it goes further now...

But it prints out an error stating something like the filesystem was too
small.  I am going to try it again and note it.


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