Snapshot 20000104 failed under CygWin 20.1 --- follow-up
Rosimildo da Silva
rdasilva at connecttel.com
Sun Jan 9 18:13:15 UTC 2000
I have finally got my application running with this snapshot. Beyond the
problems stated before to get CDTEST up and running, there are more:
+ POSIX API behaves strange ( probably bugs or configuration ) when
ITRON API is turned off.
One in particular that fails to me is:
It returns ENOMEM error, even though the machine has 128M, I've tried to
give 8M to the
workspace without any luck. :-)
I did not debug as much as could, but this snapshot gave me
a lot of fun. :-).
If I turn ITRON API on, ENABLE_RTEMS_ITRON=yes, everythings seems to
work a lot more reliable.
Is there any special configuration setting to turn ITRON off ?
The good news is that the "build environment" is getting better for
Except for rpcgen, I had no problems building RTEMS under CygWin this
Rosimildo da Silva wrote:
> I need more coffee to continue tonight...
> I guess I found the problems.
> There are 2 problems:
> -- somebody left a comment open in the routine delay() "eating"
> the return. This drove me nuts for while.
> -- the jump to _load_segments() from start() never returns with
> the code in 20000104 snapshot. I guess this new delay() is devil. -:).
> I have replaced these two files with my old ones from rtems-19991117
> and I have got cdtest to work so far. What a pain, jesus !!!.
> I guess somedoby was poking around with the "delay()" routine
> and caused a few problems.
> Do you know what was being solved here ?
> None of the changes made sense to me.
> Rosimildo da Silva wrote:
> > BSP === pc386
> > -------------
> > Turning remote debug off, I've got everything configuring and
> > compiling ok. This seems to be a new option that I never used
> > before.
> > ENABLE_RTEMS_RDBG=no
> > If we support this option for PC386, it is broken. It does not
> > pass the configuration phase.
> > Now, the bad news. This snapshot does not work.
> > GRUB -- locks up.
> > NETBOOT -- keeps rebooting.
> > What the hell did change so drastically ?
> > NOTE: I did not compiled gcc/newlib.
> > Rosimildo.
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