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AW: bochs 2.1.1 & vmware & rtems 4.6.1
- Date: Fri, 07 May 2004 11:41:04 +0200
- From: ralf_corsepius at rtems.org (Ralf Corsepius)
- Subject: AW: bochs 2.1.1 & vmware & rtems 4.6.1
On Fri, 2004-05-07 at 11:55, Sebastian Fischmeister wrote:
> > I suspect that Bochs is not simulating all the instructions that the
> > pc686 configuration is using/expecting. The pc386 BSP is configured
> > to limit the instructions used.
> ok. Vmware now works and, unfortunately, it produces the same results. As
> what I know, vmware does not emulate the instruction set, but uses the local
> cpu natively. I tried with different bsp (486,586) and always get different
> results, but paranoia never really works (in contrast to my gdb/psim
paranoia never really works on any ia32 target ;)
Seriously, you might want to check the gcc-list archives on gcc.gnu.org
for paranoia. Recently (some weeks ago) some gcc developers discussed
gcc vs. paranoia in depth.
I would not be too much concerned about paranoia, it doesn't even work
on ia32 linux most of the time.