Grub Booting Disk On Chip
Robert.Chiodini-1 at ksc.nasa.gov
Thu May 30 14:25:20 EDT 2002
I did some digging, however dangerous that may be.
I put a "phword" call in doc_stage1.S to print out the value of
"doc_seg". It looks like the routine runs 4 times. Once for each d000,
d200, d400, and d600, leaving d600 in doc_seg.
The DOC2000 I have is 32M.
On Thu, 2002-05-30 at 10:59, Ilguiz Latypov wrote:
On 30 May 2002, Bob Chiodini wrote:
> 1. I get "DoC 2000 at D600". The DOC is really at D000.
Weird. Looks like BIOS calls DoC 2000 firmware with a different value of
Command Segment register. I don't know if addressing D000:0 by offsetting
the D600 segment with a different value of IP register is possible.
> 2. I get several messages about GRUB trying to find
> /boot/grub/menu.lst. None of the messages indicate drive 0xE0.
Does the "default" parameter in menu.lst makes GRUB attempt to load the
second entry which refers to the disk 0x80?
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Dynacs Engineering Company, Inc.
Kennedy Space Center, Florida 32899
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