The path is: openbios/kernel/kernel/openbios.c
If this file is not called, Plz let me know the procedure to watch the
print statements of this file? Basically I need to watch the kernel
Behalf Of Stefan Reinauer
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 3:14 PM
To: The OpenBIOS Mailinglist
Subject: Re: [OpenBIOS] How to enable print statement in the
* Swamy(a)soc-soft.com <Swamy(a)soc-soft.com> [040908 11:21]:
> I am working on the openbios, I got a kernel from www.openbios.org and
> hence built on linux s/s. I have written some "printk" statements for
> the verification in kernel files. But after building it using command
> "make" and then "make run", I am still unable to get those print
> statements. Please let me know the procedure/methods to enable the
This should work fine. The code where you put the print statements
probably never got called. ;-)
Where did you put them?
Free your System - May the Forth be with you
In one of your earlier mails (Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2004 02:18:05 +0200), u have mentioned that "FCODE Evaluator" has been already implemented and is part of the kernel. We need to support a PCI device which has a FCODE Driver burnt in ROM.
My question is:
1. Will the kernel take care of inserting this PCI Driver and mapping the device? Or else do we need to build some evaluator for this?
2. Can you please name some PCI device which has FCODE driver built in
I am working on the openbios, I got a kernel from www.openbios.org and
hence built on linux s/s. I have written some "printk" statements for
the verification in kernel files. But after building it using command
"make" and then "make run", I am still unable to get those print
statements. Please let me know the procedure/methods to enable the print
Thanks and Regards
Mahadeva Swamy TL
I want to call c functions from my forth code.
In the mailing list i found following>
>>Call C-functions from forth code by pushing the >>address
>>of the function on the stack. Something like
>>call ( function_addr -- <whatever> )
Please tell me how can I get the address of the c function??
Please let me know if there are other issues involved in this as I am very little aware of the whole system trying to get familiar with the things.
Thanks in Advance