Re: [hatari-devel] TT emulation crashes when there is no ACSI drive

[ Thread Index | Date Index | More Archives ]


On 8/4/19 7:27 PM, Uwe Seimet wrote:
There is no crash when starting NF_SCSI.PRG from the desktop instead of
from the AUTO folder.

Does the issue happen even when there's no NF_SCSIDEV available?
If yes, could you provide the binary, so that we can test it too?

Other questions:

* What program flags (e.g. FASTLOAD) are set for NF_SCSI.PRG? [1]

* Does presence of TT-RAM affect the problem? [1]

* What if you start it from a floppy image instead of from GEMDOS HD?

* Does the issue happen also with Falcon / TOS v4?

* Which TOS version you're using with TT, EmuTOS or TOS 3.x? [1]

Still, with Hatari 2.2 (instead of 2.2.1) and with Aranym there is no
> such issue.

According to your earlier mail, 2.2.1 worked also fine:
"This may be due to a recent change, but the only thing I can say is that there was no such issue with a Hatari 2.2.1 version I compiled
in February."

After 2.2.x, I think there have been only following potentially
relevant changes:
* Support FASTLOAD program flag with GEMDOS HD (Thomas) [1]
* Support for TT MFP (Nicolas)

[1] My current guess is that it's something related to FASTLOAD.

	- Eero


I can reproduce this again, I just forgot to disabled ACSI drives the
last time.
Hatari crashes with the SCSI Driver for Linux (see Note that this was not the
case with Hatari in the past, and there is also no crash with Aranym.

Take care



I'm afraid I could reproduce the crash this morning, but not this
afternoon :-(.

Has this issue been addresse in any way since I reported it. When I
reported it as far as I can tell, it was quite clear which changes might
have caused this issue.

Best regards


Did you ever find out *which* of your AUTO folder programs is causing
the crash? I guess, otherwise the Hatari developers won't be able to
figure out the problem.


Uwe Seimet schrieb:
Hi all,

Any news on this?

Best regards


Hi Thomas,

Uwe, I can not reproduce that crash here. Your crash information
contained "PC=$fa005c" ... that's in the cartridge space...  Are you
using a GEMDOS drive? With AUTO folder? If so, could you temporarily
rename the AUTO folder, to see whether it makes a difference? If not,
disable the GEMDOS drive?
Or are you maybe using an extended VDI resolution? If so, does the
crash go away when you disable it?
If that all does not help, could you please send your hatari.cfg file
and the exact parameters that you use to run Hatari?

Yes, I'm using a GEMDOS drive with AUTO folder. After renaming the AUTO
folder there is no crash anymore.

Best regards


Christian Zietz  -  CHZ-Soft  -  czietz@xxxxxxx
PGP/GnuPG-Key-ID: 0x52CB97F66DA025CA / 0x6DA025CA

Mail converted by MHonArc 2.6.19+