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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] uclinux build fails because
> No..I am not using that combination..I am using xmdstub only..not even mdm...i am not using FSL also..
> actually I have scaled down..i mean..this problem is happening for the past 2-3 days...so right now I am back to
> some very basic kernel configuration..image size around 1MB...
If you've got sufficient logic resources I stronly recommend using the
mdm/fsl stuff - it makes makes the build-download-debug cycle much
faster than using the serial port. Also, since it's hardware based,
it's less intrusive than having the xmdstub program running on microblaze.
> after downloading the image..when i give a "con start-address" command...it either says USERSTOP at some location or says nothing...but both cases..the execution (probably) halts and nothing shows up on the hyperterm...
> one more point is some older images run without any problems
It seems a bit stragne - what happens if you quit xmd after the
download, then restart/reconnect, *then* do the con 0X80000000?
> ..i mean..the execution is smooth(with full networking)..only for the past few days we are facing this problem...the build environment is still the same..
> the location where i generally get this message(USERSTOP) is 0x80000004 or 0x80000008(mostly 04)..here is the image.dump :
That's pretty odd - those are the first instructions in the early kernel
startup code. I can't imagine why you'd be getting a breakpoint in
there. If you can, try to go with the mdm debugging, it seems much more
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