#milkymist IRC log for Sunday, 2011-02-06

mwallelarsc: have your kernel CONFIG_MODULES set?09:43
larscno10:23
mwallelarsc: would you mind enable this option and try 'mount -t sys sys /dir' ?10:31
mwallethere is a stack corruption if the kernel uses its usermodehelper to execute modprobe. i'm not sure if i introduced the bug10:35
kristianpaulmwalle: larsc: Where i can get an updated lm32 gcc version with the current fixes?12:31
kristianpaulJust the the tar ball from gnu.org or... ?12:31
kristianpaulantgreen: ^12:31
mwallekristianpaul: current fixes?12:32
mwallefor elf or rtems use the latest gcc tarball and rtems patch12:33
kristianpaulmwalle: bugfixes http://milkymist.org/wiki/index.php?title=GCC_bug_list12:50
kristianpaulah well, just the multilibs for divider and sign extender..12:50
mwallethat should be in SVN head which is broken unfortunately12:53
kristianpaul:/..12:54
kristianpaullekernel: i pluged a 2GB memorycard, but seems boot process got i stuck at "I: Booting from filesystem..."13:42
lekernelso, please debug it13:46
lekernel:)13:46
kristianpaulok..13:46
kristianpaulbut you already tested it?13:46
lekernelyeah, but with only one card13:46
kristianpaulhmm i see13:47
lekernelmemory cards seem to be pesky things, just like USB devices13:47
kristianpaulheh13:47
lekernelnot as bad, but it's the same idea13:47
Action: kristianpaul downloading ise 12.413:48
lekernelwell i guess it's more a software problems13:48
lekerneland software is the first thing to look at anyway before digging into the fpga design13:48
kristianpaulok..13:48
lekerneladd some printf's first13:48
lekernelor try openocd :)13:49
kristianpaulopenocd i wish, is it working?13:49
lekernelI don't know13:49
kristianpauli lost the track about in on ml time ago13:49
kristianpauls/in/it13:49
lekernelkristianpaul: if you want an easy task, porting lua to mm should be trivial14:24
lekernel(just found http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/User:Kristianpaul)14:24
lekernelah yeah and networking... krkrkrkr14:24
kristianpaulhe, i was about to add debug sd too14:25
kristianpauleasy or not, i need make it work if no body else need it or is working on it anyway14:25
kristianpaulI dont need lua atm, but is language i used before in some routers so think can be usefull on the mm114:37
lekernelit should be as easy as editing the makefile of liblua to run lm32-rtems4.11-gcc as c compiler :)14:48
kristianpaulis not just that, actually i already tried.. and it failed in some point,14:53
kristianpaulgood is that lua seems to have several confis if i'm compiling it for linux or bsd system14:54
kristianpaulbut at that time i just did what you already suguested, but i havent read nothing about rtems, i think i can do it better now14:55
lekernelI ran Lua scripts on my ti89 calc years ago... and it was very easy to port15:34
kristianpaulsure i'm not saying that :-)15:35
kristianpaulgive me some time15:35
Action: kristianpaul still getting gnu toolchaing15:36
kristianpaulhttp://paste.debian.net/106725/18:14
kristianpaulOk i miss something, i'm making lua ansi18:14
kristianpaulmissed**18:15
kristianpaulah i need rtems part. lets check ruby example18:41
kristianpaulok now it compiled, i'll check lua api21:41
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