|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] Patch: Sparc system support|
|Date:||Sat, 02 Oct 2004 15:07:10 +0200|
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Blue Swirl wrote:
Most of your changes are ok, except for the DHCP one. It's idea is to respond to BOOTP clients which use no extensions added by DHCP.The magic address-banging loader is a quick & dirty hack anyway, I'm thinking of a better way to initialise Proll and implement kernel loading.
OK. So you mean I must reverse your patch in bootp.c or implement a correct bootp server ?
What are you planning for env->access_type? Sparc MMU needs to know whether the memory access is for data or instructions, did the access come from user or kernel code and is it read or write.
rw == 2 in cpu_handle_mmu_fault() will mean 'code access'. I made the patch in my repository for i386 and PowerPC, but I need to test it more before commiting.
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