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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 6:44 am 
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I ran some demos, which looked really nice. Then I tried to see, what preferences could be changed, which resulted in a crash. Also, when I move a window, often gray and orange traces are left behind. Of course, background goes back to plain black, when I try to take a snapshot of it :-) And here is the serial log for the crash...
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[KRN] CPU usage: 2.8
[KRN] CPU usage: 0.9
[KRN] CPU usage: 7.1
[KRN] CPU usage: 9.2
The function ChangeExtSpriteA() is not implemented.
[KRN] CPU usage: 12.8
[KRN] CPU usage: 21.7
[KRN] CPU usage: 24.2
[KRN] CPU usage: 14.0
[KRN] CPU usage: 14.0
[KRN] CPU usage: 2.3
[KRN] CPU usage: 16.3
[KRN] CPU usage: 1.3
[KRN] CPU usage: 18.5
The function ChangeExtSpriteA() is not implemented.
[KRN] Exception 3 (DSI) handler. Context @ 0xff7fb958, SysBase @ 0x32c0, KernelBase @ 0x4524
[KRN] Process 0xc4b00 (Zune)
[KRN] SRR0=0073cf98, SRR1=0000f030
[KRN] CTR=007c2eb4 LR=0073cec8 XER=20000000 CCR=88008048
[KRN] DAR=00000001 DSISR=40000000
[KRN] HASH1=07000000 HASH2=070fffc0 IMISS=0073d754 DMISS=00000001 ICMP=80000001 DCMP=80000000
[KRN] SPRG0=ff7fbb00 SPRG1=00000001 SPRG2=88008048 SPRG3=00000000 SPRG4=00004524 SPRG5=000032c0
[KRN] GPR00=00000000 GPR01=006ad130 GPR02=00000000 GPR03=00000001
[KRN] GPR04=009b0384 GPR05=00000001 GPR06=00000000 GPR07=007d807c
[KRN] GPR08=009b0608 GPR09=ffffffff GPR10=0000012d GPR11=00000000
[KRN] GPR12=88008082 GPR13=00000000 GPR14=00000000 GPR15=00000000
[KRN] GPR16=00000000 GPR17=00000000 GPR18=00000000 GPR19=00000001
[KRN] GPR20=00000000 GPR21=009b020c GPR22=00000000 GPR23=0093790c
[KRN] GPR24=00000000 GPR25=006ad838 GPR26=00000000 GPR27=009b0384
[KRN] GPR28=00000001 GPR29=00000001 GPR30=00000001 GPR31=009c59f4
[KRN] Hash1 dump:
[KRN] 80000010.04000012 800007a0.f800f03a 80000400.8000803a 80000410.8400803a
[KRN] 80000420.8800803a 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000
[KRN] Hash2 dump:
[KRN] 8000000f.03fff012 800007bf.07ff0010 8000040f.83ff703a 8000041f.87ff703a
[KRN] 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000
[KRN] Instruction dump:
[KRN] 0073cf98: 881d0000
[KRN] 0073cf9c: 2f800000
[KRN] 0073cfa0: 419e0120
[KRN] 0073cfa4: 2f80000a
[KRN] 0073cfa8: 419e0118
[KRN] 0073cfac: 2f80000d
[KRN] 0073cfb0: 419e0110
[KRN] 0073cfb4: 3800000a
[KRN] **UNHANDLED EXCEPTION** stopping here...

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 6:53 am 
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I ran some demos, which looked really nice.
I'm glad to hear that :)
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Then I tried to see, what preferences could be changed, which resulted in a crash.
Code:
[KRN] Exception 3 (DSI) handler. Context @ 0xff7fb958, SysBase @ 0x32c0, KernelBase @ 0x4524
[KRN] Process 0xc4b00 (Zune)
Aaah, Zune crashed. Sorry for not warning you. The problem is, I have compiled whole AROS contrib with all the additional MUI classes from there. Some of them are badly written and tend to crash on all non-x86 targets.
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Also, when I move a window, often gray and orange traces are left behind. Of course, background goes back to plain black, when I try to take a snapshot of it :-)
That is a strange artefact indeed. Try to run SYS:Tools/Commodities/Opaque and look whether the redraw issues are there, too.

And please, do me a favour and make one more test. PLug an USB stick when AROS is up and update the Wanderer. Eventualy, type C:Info in shell one or two times. :)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 7:36 am 
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Could you make a build with only know to work stuff? :) I don't really know, what to avoid, as I never used an Amiga, had MorphOS only for a couple of minutes on my machine (was quite angry, when realized, that it trashed a couple of my Linux partitions), and it is the first time I try AROS (actually the second, as once I tried it in vmware, but it crashed too quickly...).

SYS:Tools/Commodities/Opaque made it worse. Once I ran it, the orange trace never disappeared...

Here is the crash log of plugging in the USB stick:
Code:
[KRN] CPU usage: 0.2
[KRN] CPU usage: 4.0
[KRN] CPU usage: 0.2
[KRN] CPU usage: 0.2
[KRN] Exception 3 (DSI) handler. Context @ 0xff7fb958, SysBase @ 0x32c0, KernelBase @ 0x4524
[KRN] Task 0x92c20 (USBHub (USB2.0 Hub))
[KRN] SRR0=ff936818, SRR1=0000f030
[KRN] CTR=ff805c84 LR=ff936830 XER=00000000 CCR=48000028
[KRN] DAR=00000008 DSISR=40000000
[KRN] HASH1=07000000 HASH2=070fffc0 IMISS=ff94e000 DMISS=00000008 ICMP=800007be DCMP=80000000
[KRN] SPRG0=ff7fbb00 SPRG1=000897f4 SPRG2=48000028 SPRG3=00000000 SPRG4=00004524 SPRG5=000032c0
[KRN] GPR00=00091a00 GPR01=000952f0 GPR02=00000000 GPR03=000897f4
[KRN] GPR04=000032c0 GPR05=00000000 GPR06=000032c0 GPR07=00082160
[KRN] GPR08=00089c04 GPR09=000919e0 GPR10=00091a00 GPR11=00091a00
[KRN] GPR12=03da612b GPR13=00000000 GPR14=00000004 GPR15=ff7f3268
[KRN] GPR16=00000004 GPR17=00081e50 GPR18=ff957dc8 GPR19=ff957dec
[KRN] GPR20=00000004 GPR21=00000001 GPR22=000821b4 GPR23=00081e08
[KRN] GPR24=00000000 GPR25=00000004 GPR26=00092a78 GPR27=00000000
[KRN] GPR28=00089c04 GPR29=00091160 GPR30=000898e4 GPR31=0008ecb4
[KRN] Hash1 dump:
[KRN] 80000010.04000012 800007a0.f800f03a 80000400.8000803a 80000410.8400803a
[KRN] 80000420.8800803a 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000
[KRN] Hash2 dump:
[KRN] 8000000f.03fff012 800007bf.07ff0010 8000040f.83ff703a 8000041f.87ff703a
[KRN] 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000 00000000.00000000
[KRN] Instruction dump:
[KRN] ff936818: 80050008
[KRN] ff93681c: 7fc3f378
[KRN] ff936820: 7f84e378
[KRN] ff936824: 54000036
[KRN] ff936828: 90090008
[KRN] ff93682c: 4bfffd59
[KRN] ff936830: 4bffffcc
[KRN] ff936834: 2f8b0000
[KRN] **UNHANDLED EXCEPTION** stopping here...


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 04, 2009 8:40 am 
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duh. I just realized there was a perfectly good thread on the subject going here, after i had submitted an anonymous post to Michal's blog. I'll just repost it here, where the discussion can be more easily tracked.

Michal, my attempt to boot from a flash key the live iso presented here [ed: aros-efika-20090308.iso.bz2] did not quite succeed. It reached a point where it had loaded everything from menu.lst, had cleared/overwritten a char (or two) at the upper-left corner of the screen, had unmounted and re-mounted the flash key (judging by the key's LED activity), but having done all that it just stood there, motionless.

My exact setup:

efika5k2, OF 1.3 (from 2007), one apple pro kbd and one 128MB 'S Talent Flash Drive 2.0 Media' flash key attached to the usb ports directly. Video is an ATI 9250 PCI 256MB. I had dd'ed the iso onto the flash, so the latter fs was iso9660. nothing attached to the miniIDE.

ps: unfortunately i don't have a nullRS cable available at the moment, so i cannot report what diagnostics say, sorry. i'll probably seek out one next week.

edit: wait, do i need to have the flash key formatted as one of those two amiga fs? blimey. would the OF even see that?


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edit: wait, do i need to have the flash key formatted as one of those two amiga fs? blimey. would the OF even see that?
Yes.

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OK, I will reply here instead on my blog :)
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Michal, my attempt to boot from a flash key the live iso presented here [ed: aros-efika-20090308.iso.bz2] did not quite succeed. It reached a point where it had loaded everything from menu.lst, had cleared/overwritten a char (or two) at the upper-left corner of the screen, had unmounted and re-mounted the flash key (judging by the key's LED activity), but having done all that it just stood there, motionless.
OK, it seems no bootable volume has been found. I guess I shall add some kind of requester/boot picture explaining that :)
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I had dd'ed the iso onto the flash, so the latter fs was iso9660.
Pity to hear that. Unfortunately AROS is not so good in autodetection of file systems. Therefore, it assumes that unpartitioned removable devices (eg. CD/DVD/CD over USB) have iso9660 fs. The unpartitioned non-removable devices are assumed to be FAT formatted. This is the reason why AROS did not found bootable device. It was expecting your USB stick to be fat formatted. But, even if you would do it so and use FAT flash key, AROS will not boot from it, as our FAT filesystem is not bootable at all at this moment.

AROS can boot only from iso9660 (from removable device), FFS and SFS.
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edit: wait, do i need to have the flash key formatted as one of those two amiga fs?
Yes.
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would the OF even see that?
Yes.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 4:49 am 
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thanks, Michal.

in terms of amiga fs formatting, i guess my best bet is morphos, right?


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