#12 Second install disk bug

v1.0 (example)
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nobody
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2004-05-13
2004-05-13
Anonymous
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The installation form Mac OS X 10.3 Disk 1 went all fine.
Next, I tried to start up PearPC again, using the 2nd
install disk. I cannot get past the grey Apple screen.

cmd output:

[CPU/MMU] new pagetable: sdr1 =0x00300003
[CPU/MMU] new pagetable: sdr1 accepted
[CPU/MMU] number of pages: 2^15 pagetable_start:
0x00300000 size: 2^18
[CPU/CPU] execution started at 01c00cb0

My CPU usage is still at 98/99 % (I know CPU usage
remains at max no matter the actual activity). What
makes me think, though, that it actually does noting is
the memory usage; only about 35 MB of my 512 MBRAM.

Test system:
-AMD Athlon XP 1600+
-Via K7T Turbo2
-Ati Radeon 9000 w/ 128 MB DDR-RAM

My config file:
____________________________________
# PearPC Configuration File

#
# Resolution
#
# 0: 640x480x8 (indexed)
# 1: 640x480x15
# 2: 640x480x32
# 3: 800x600x8 (indexed)
# 4: 800x600x15
# 5: 800x600x32
# 6: 1024x768x8 (indexed)
# 7: 1024x768x15
# 8: 1024x768x32
#
# The indexed modes are unsupported.
#
# default: 4
ppc_start_resolution = 4

#
# Redraw interval (in ms)
# must be between 1 and 999
#
# If you set this higher, PearPC will spend less time
doing redraws (and so run faster)
# but feel less responsive. You should adjust this to
your computer speed and personal
# preference.
#
redraw_interval_msec = 200

#
# Loader
#

#
# Boot method
# this can be
# 1. "auto", prom will boot the first bootable
partition found (default)
# 2. "select", prom will show you a list of
bootable partitions
# 3. "force", prom will load and boot the local
file prom_loadfile
#
prom_bootmethod = "auto"

# Example of how to use "force":
#prom_bootmethod = "force"
#prom_loadfile = "test/yaboot"
#prom_env_bootpath = "disk"

#
# bootargs: don't change unless you know what
you are doing
# machargs: set to "-v" to get a verbose startup
#

#prom_env_bootargs = ""
prom_env_machargs = "-v"

#
# This is needed if you want to boot Mac OS X
#

prom_driver_graphic = "video.x"

# This will adjust the position of the initial page table
(don't change)
#page_table_pa = 104857600

#
# CPU Config
#
# Processor Version Register
# Defaults to 0x00088302
# Only change if you know want you are doing
#
#cpu_pvr = 0x00088302

#
# Main memory (default 128 MiB)
# must be >= 64 MiB
#
#memory_size=0x8000000

#
# IO Devices
#

#
# PCI IDE Config
#
# Drive type will be set according to file
extension:
# .img: Harddisk (filesize must be
multiple of 516096)
# .iso: CD-Rom
# Or you can override this by specifying the type
via
# pci_ide0_master_type / pci_ide0_slave_type

pci_ide0_master_installed = 1
pci_ide0_master_image = "c:\PantherImage.img"
#pci_ide0_master_type = "hd"

pci_ide0_slave_installed = 1
pci_ide0_slave_image = "c:\cdtwee.iso"
#pci_ide0_slave_image = "/dev/cdrom"
pci_ide0_slave_type = "cdrom"

#
# Network (unavailable on windows)
#
pci_3c90x_installed = 0
pci_3c90x_mac = "de:ad:ca:fe:12:34"

#
# USB
#
pci_usb_installed = 1

#
# NVRAM
#
nvram_file = "nvram"

Discussion

  • m0nkey

    m0nkey - 2004-05-13

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    This is not a bug, change boot order to select, it is trying
    to boot from the CD and it needs to boot from the hard
    drive. Choose the HD image when you start pearpc when it
    brings up it's boot select thing.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    the change cd button frezzes

     

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