Obviously my last post was not clear enough. I have
extracted and compiled
the tar of the previous version in SVN, which is reported as directory
revision 87. I can successfully boot the Debian install iso and the Solaris
install iso starts booting but crashes later, as expected. However, if I
extract and build the latest version, reported as directory revision 114,
crashes straight away. The exact error reported is "Floating point
exception". This is all on linux 2.6.9.
If I remove the latest patches to obio.c, and then try and boot, I then get
"Unsupported image format".
If I remove the latest patches to esp.c, everything seems to be as it used
This is probably caused by the disabling the interpose, and that makes the
disk label support act differently. I think the patches should be reverted
until more correct fixes are developed.
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