[ECOS] Unable to run kernel test program on Samsung SNDS!

RandyLin@mxic.com.tw RandyLin@mxic.com.tw
Wed Nov 26 06:51:00 GMT 2003

I check the ecos-2.0-ref-letter.pdf, it says
Console output configuration is either inherited from the ROM monitor
launching the application, or it is speci-
fied by the application. This is controlled by the new option
which defaults to enabled when the configuration is set to use a ROM
but in hal_arm_snds.cdl, there is no cdl_option for
(hal_arm_at91.cdl have this cdl_option), maybe it need to fixed? I am not
I add this option and recompile the redboot and kernel test program.
It's happy that redboot[ROMRAM] can use both way to run the test program,
but it's sad that redboot[ROM] fail on both.
can anyone tell me why?

                      Gary Thomas                                                                                   
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On Mon, 2003-11-24 at 19:28, RandyLin@mxic.com.tw wrote:
> The default value of CYGSEM_HAL_DIAG_MANGLER is GDB.
> Yes, both of application and redboot set this to GDB.
> Is this the reason that cause the ap(test program) can run on
> arm-elf-gdb but fail on redboot "load" command?
> So, I set CYGSEM_HAL_DIAG_MANGLER to NONE and recompile test program.
> test program can run on redboot "load" command, but fail on arm-elf-gdb
> Is this the correct result?
> Can I have the same image that run on both?
> Thanks!

This should not be set to anything for "user" programs.
If things are configured properly, the application program will
inherit the I/O in the mode that it was in when the program starts.
Thus, if you use RedBoot 'load' and 'go' commands, you get plain,
non-mangled output.  If you are using GDB, you get GDB mangled output.

Gary Thomas <gary@mlbassoc.com>
MLB Associates

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