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Re: Freeze booting from upstream gnumach

From: Almudena Garcia
Subject: Re: Freeze booting from upstream gnumach
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2022 18:02:54 +0200

After test it again without --enable-cpus, the problems continues

El vie, 2 sept 2022 a las 17:58, Almudena Garcia (<liberamenso10000@gmail.com>) escribió:
I pulled from this branch of my repository, which is another pull from upstream using "git remote"

I compiled it in the host machine using this commands

autoreconf --install
mkdir build
cd build
../configure --host=i686-gnu CC='gcc -m32' LD='ld -melf_i386' --enable-cpus=4
make gnumach.gz

NOTE: I've just noticed that I configured it for multiprocessor. I will try again without --enable-cpus

El vie, 2 sept 2022 a las 17:53, Samuel Thibault (<samuel.thibault@gnu.org>) escribió:

Almudena Garcia, le ven. 02 sept. 2022 17:26:20 +0200, a ecrit:
> I've just compiled gnumach from upstream sources, and I noticed that there are
> a freeze in the booting, just in the pci-arbitrer starting.
> I attach a screenshot with the problem.
> Could you check this?

Yes, it just works fine for me, so we need to know how you're building
and booting it, your packages versions etc. to have any idea what could
be different on your system.


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