[uClinux-dev] Problem "make"ing uClinux

Greg Ungerer gerg at snapgear.com
Tue Mar 18 19:20:00 EST 2003

Hi Andrew, John,

John Williams wrote:
> Chizhik, Andrew wrote:
>> Looking at the lines mentioned here, there is no "sw_usp" there. For
>> example, line 125 in process.c reads:
>> printk("USP: %081x\n", rdusp());
> It looks like the configuration for your platform is defining 
> CONFIG_COLDFIRE, when perhaps it shouldn't.  I'm no m68k expert - does 
> the 68360 have hardware user/supervisor stack pointers, or is it 
> emulated in /platform/XXX/entry.S ?  In /platform/5307/entry.S you can 
> see how the sw_usp is used on entry /exit to the kernel.

The 68360 has hardware usp and ksp, so you don't need the
sw_usp. Andrew it looks like your config is a little screwed
up. Did you do a "make clean" and "make dep" after changing
your configuration?


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