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  • FreeBSD/MIPS & clang/LLVM | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    ccc host triple does the trick OK No proper march mabi handlers for MIPS platform Only ARM and x86 are supported I managed to build hello world application in semi automatic mode on RouterStation booted over NFS root llvm llvm clang v fPIC Wa mabi 32 EB KPIC hello c clang version 1 1 trunk Target mips unknown freebsd9 0 Thread model posix opt bin clang cc1 triple mips unknown freebsd9 0 S disable free main file name hello c pic level 2 mdisable fp elim v resource dir opt lib clang 1 1 fmessage length 0 fgnu runtime fdiagnostics show option fcolor diagnostics o tmp cc tuAxTl s x c hello c clang cc1 version 1 1 based upon llvm 2 7svn hosted on mips unknown freebsd9 0 include search starts here include search starts here opt lib clang 1 1 include usr local include usr include End of search list usr bin as mabi 32 EB KPIC o tmp cc LZzHnl o tmp cc tuAxTl s usr bin ld eh frame hdr dynamic linker libexec ld elf so 1 o a out usr lib crt1 o usr lib crti o usr lib crtbegin o tmp cc LZzHnl o lgcc as needed lgcc s no as needed lc lgcc as needed lgcc s no as needed usr lib crtend o usr lib crtn o root llvm llvm a out Hello world root llvm llvm uname a FreeBSD 9 0 CURRENT FreeBSD 9 0 CURRENT 28 Fri Jan 15 16 50 23 PST 2010 gonzo figaro bluezbox com src FreeBSD obj head mips mips src FreeBSD head sys AR71XX mips root llvm llvm So it seems to be nice starting point for some minor compiler hacking In Uncategorized gonzo Posts Website projects mips RIP Writing FreeBSD NIC driver No Comments

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  • Uncategorized | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    a comment Has just received two books from Amazon The first one is Beautiful Architecture by fellow FreeBSD developer Diomidis Spinellis and Georgios Gousios I bought it because software design is not my strongest skill and there is a lot of place for improvement And learning from real life examples is always better then reading pure theory The other one is The Productive Programmer by David Bock Productivity is my sweet spot well it s more about cool tips then real productivity boost This had nice reviews so I decided to give it a try In Uncategorized FreeBSD MIPS something lost something gained November 4 2008 Leave a comment And again long pause in blogging In this 4 months several things happened to me I relocated to Vancouver was interviewed and rejected by Microsoft don t know why they contacted me in the first place met new people philip and thompa among them saw new places and even got some free time and learned to cook it turned out to be fun Being close geographically to PMC Sierra major MIPS vendor I tried to contact them and ask for a donation for FreeBSD MIPS project Got no reply though Predictable result but it s better to try and fail then have never try at all Relocations is ideal way to get rid of garbage that has been accumulated through years Unfortunately Mikrotik RB532 ADM5120 based Edimax device and Linksys WRT54GL were in the garbage I had to left So it s kind of a loss But life without wireless AP is miserable don t blame me I m just a geek so new and shiny Linksys wrt160n was bought from nearest Future Shop And I even managed to solder serial console to it And it works I m really bad

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?cat=1&paged=5 (2016-02-01)
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  • JTAG, OpenOCD & FreeBSD | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 4 a0 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 5 a1 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 6 a2 32 0x80280b28 dirty 0 valid 1 7 a3 32 0 00000602 dirty 0 valid 1 8 t0 32 0x802c10b0 dirty 0 valid 1 9 t1 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 10 t2 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 11 t3 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 12 t4 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 13 t5 32 0 00000001 dirty 0 valid 1 14 t6 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 15 t7 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 16 s0 32 0xc082abe0 dirty 0 valid 1 17 s1 32 0x801312a8 dirty 0 valid 1 18 s2 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 19 s3 32 0xc0828b20 dirty 0 valid 1 20 s4 32 0xc0793ea0 dirty 0 valid 1 21 s5 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 22 s6 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 23 s7 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 24 t8 32 0x02887fa0 dirty 0 valid 1 25 t9 32 0 00000002 dirty 0 valid 1 26 k0 32 0x8024e3a0 dirty 0 valid 1 27 k1 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 28 gp 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 29 sp 32 0xc0793e30 dirty 0 valid 1 30 fp 32 0 00000000 dirty 0 valid 1 31 ra 32 0x8023b964 dirty 0 valid 1 32 status 32 0x0000ff01 dirty 0 valid 1 33 lo 32 0x0000001c dirty 0 valid 1 34 hi 32 0 00000020 dirty 0 valid 1 35 badvaddr 32 0xc0797dc8 dirty 0 valid 1 36 cause 32 0 40008000 dirty 0 valid 1 37 pc 32 0x8023b974 dirty 0 valid 1 In EJTAG Flyswatter

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=22&replytocom=17 (2016-02-01)
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  • WIP: Ubiquity’s router station | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    in order to get both ports working Integrated OHCI controller kernel detects and initializes it Need USB cable to connect something to headers on the board and test if it actually works Integrated EHCI controller in progress Some refactoring of current MIPS bus space implementation required GPIO to be done Flash memory to be done At the moment further progress was blocked with something that looks like memory corruption It s hard to trace with ktr 4 and printf 9 so I ordered Flyswatter JTAG adapter and MIPS14 adapter from Tin Can Tools I was warned that Flyswatter MIPS combination is not supported by OpenOCD but I d better spend some time making it work then tracing obscure memory corruptions in the wild In Flyswatter FreeBSD JTAG MIPS RouterStation gonzo Posts Website Scheduled for reading svk vim One response to WIP Ubiquity s router station Rui Paulo February 27 2009 at 1 12 am Keep up the great work Reply Leave a Reply to Rui Paulo Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Text formatting is available via select HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Recent

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=20&replytocom=15 (2016-02-01)
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  • FreeBSD/mips: what’s cooking | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    to me I decided to pick up this low hanging fruit So far so good kernel boots PCI bridge detects Atheros miniPCI wireless card GigE driver is on its way In AR71XX Atheror MIPS gonzo Posts Website Thinkpad T400 and FreeBSD Scheduled for reading 3 responses to FreeBSD mips what s cooking lunchboxrts February 15 2009 at 10 26 am Any update on the router station running freebsd Do you have any examples how to s on compiling freebsd for the routerstation Reply Oleksandr Tymoshenko February 15 2009 at 10 41 pm Not yet PCI support is semi ready and driver for built in ethernet seems to cause some memory corruption When I have these two ready I ll update page on wiki freebsd org Reply Desra March 12 2009 at 9 28 pm What stage are you at with the wgt634u i note bms had it booting but don t know how to make a suitable cfe image etc Reply Leave a Reply to lunchboxrts Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Text formatting is available via select HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Recent

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=18&replytocom=13 (2016-02-01)
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  • FreeBSD/mips: what’s cooking | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    to me I decided to pick up this low hanging fruit So far so good kernel boots PCI bridge detects Atheros miniPCI wireless card GigE driver is on its way In AR71XX Atheror MIPS gonzo Posts Website Thinkpad T400 and FreeBSD Scheduled for reading 3 responses to FreeBSD mips what s cooking lunchboxrts February 15 2009 at 10 26 am Any update on the router station running freebsd Do you have any examples how to s on compiling freebsd for the routerstation Reply Oleksandr Tymoshenko February 15 2009 at 10 41 pm Not yet PCI support is semi ready and driver for built in ethernet seems to cause some memory corruption When I have these two ready I ll update page on wiki freebsd org Reply Desra March 12 2009 at 9 28 pm What stage are you at with the wgt634u i note bms had it booting but don t know how to make a suitable cfe image etc Reply Leave a Reply to Oleksandr Tymoshenko Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Text formatting is available via select HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=18&replytocom=14 (2016-02-01)
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  • Mikrotik RB532 – single user mode. | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    it comes to resource allocation and uart stuff I should write a couple of posts on these subjects to memorize all details better In FreeBSD MIPS routerboard gonzo Posts Website INTR FAST and selwakeup RB532 progress 2 responses to Mikrotik RB532 single user mode Ashant March 25 2008 at 10 18 pm Hello Just wondering how this project is going I ve been working on Soekris devices and the Mikrotik hardware is quite attractive price wise Here s some stuff on the TinyBSD based solutions http code google com p tinybsdap and http wiki confero24 com index php TinyBSD AP Regards Ashant Reply Oleksandr Tymoshenko March 26 2008 at 11 36 am I m going to test multiuser boot this week FreeBSD mips got working multiuser mode for GXemul malta emulation and Octeon based boards Thanks for the link to tinybsd stuff I ll take a look Reply Leave a Reply to Ashant Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Text formatting is available via select HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Recent Posts Controlling AC power using GPIO i MX6 IPU and HDMI drivers RIoTboard

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=8&replytocom=2 (2016-02-01)
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  • Mikrotik RB532 – single user mode. | FreeBSD developer's notebook
    comes to resource allocation and uart stuff I should write a couple of posts on these subjects to memorize all details better In FreeBSD MIPS routerboard gonzo Posts Website INTR FAST and selwakeup RB532 progress 2 responses to Mikrotik RB532 single user mode Ashant March 25 2008 at 10 18 pm Hello Just wondering how this project is going I ve been working on Soekris devices and the Mikrotik hardware is quite attractive price wise Here s some stuff on the TinyBSD based solutions http code google com p tinybsdap and http wiki confero24 com index php TinyBSD AP Regards Ashant Reply Oleksandr Tymoshenko March 26 2008 at 11 36 am I m going to test multiuser boot this week FreeBSD mips got working multiuser mode for GXemul malta emulation and Octeon based boards Thanks for the link to tinybsd stuff I ll take a look Reply Leave a Reply to Oleksandr Tymoshenko Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Text formatting is available via select HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Recent Posts Controlling AC power using GPIO i MX6 IPU and HDMI drivers RIoTboard

    Original URL path: http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=8&replytocom=3 (2016-02-01)
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