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Re: [MiNT] last mint kernel and xaaes
fre, 02,.12.2005 kl. 13.22 +0100, skrev Odd Skancke:
> > I'm sorry to say it but it still doesn't behave correctly :( It's true
> > booting is OK until the moment messages related to unix applications
> > appear - e.g. cleanin up /tmp, mounting network etc - in this moment I
> > see combinations of bus errors and illegal instructions... I thought
> > maybe I damaged ext2 fs but no, 1.16.1 working correctly..
> Do you have MP enabled? If not, try to enabled MP just to see if it
> makes a difference. How much RAM do you have in your CT?
Ok, replying to myself. Just made a test without MP here myself, and
could see the problems.
> Anyone else have this problem?
Yeah, me! Ohgod..
> > I've tried to disable all AUTOs, no change.
> Okie, most probably this is a problem with the new cache stuff. I
> cannot reproduce these problems myself, and this time I have made sure
> the correct kernel was installed on the ct63 :)
This was true, but I didnt try without MP. And upon investigating the
problem, it is a true wonder it worked at all. Because a really stupid
bug where only one cacheline was flushed/invalidated when the whole
cache should be was overlooked by yours truly. Try updating again, and
see if its better.