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Le 28/08/2018 à 15:38, Thorsten Otto a écrit :
On Dienstag, 28. August 2018 15:12:20 CEST Nicolas Pomarède wrote:
how do you
set TTRAM to more than 256 MB,
By changing the configuration file :D
But the crash happens already with 256MB
Even with 256 MB, it doesn't crash for me
as this is normally capped in UI and command line to 256 MB ?
Is there a reason for that specific limit?
I think that's because that was the max I found in some memory
extensions that were sold at this time :)
Theoretical address are between 0x01000000 and 0x80000000, which would
be 2047 MB.
Current max limit could be raised above 256 MB if it doesn't create any
problem with TOS
Also, does it crash when just booting in normal falcon mode, or only
when mint is started ?
Crashes also without mint. I get to the desktop, then it takes ~2sec then
I don't see a call to munmap_chunk in Hatari's code)
I guess it's a message from glibc, when calling munmap().
could you get a trace from gdb to see the backtrace
Just tried, using the Debug version. But i had to first increase the
MAX_MESSAGE_LEN to 66, otherwise i get an assertion. After that, the crash is
gone (also with the Release version), so i guess it was just some memory being
Can you send the command line you run to get the crash ?
I run :
../hatari --machine falcon --tos ~/Emul/ST/tos404.img --ttram 256
and there's no crash when desktop appears.
Does it crash if you don't boot with HD emulation but only with an empty
floppy for example ? (maybe the problem is caused by some extra *.ACC or
auto/ file ?)