I don't have etherboot. I use filo-0.4.1. I wasn't able to use etherboot
correctly with my system( IDE flash drives ), so I switched to filo...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Ashley" <linuxbios(a)xdr.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 4:15 PM
Subject: Re: EPIA-M HW graphics slow under linuxbios
I did what you
Jumping to boot code at 0x106710
I think this is a divide by zero error when it tries to jump into the
etherboot payload. Etherboot has a bug which I've mentioned before. It
tries to use some timer machinery before it has been initialized.
Edit src/timer.c of etherboot, in the function currticks you want:
diff -Nur etherboot-5.0.10/src/timer.c etherboot-5.0.10-new/src/timer.c
--- etherboot-5.0.10/src/timer.c Sat Mar 22 11:52:25 2003
+++ etherboot-5.0.10-new/src/timer.c Wed Jul 16 09:45:46 2003
@@ -138,6 +138,8 @@
unsigned long clocks_high, clocks_low;
unsigned long currticks;
/* Read the Time Stamp Counter */
BTW if this fixed your problem I'm a miracle worker.
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