amadeus at iksw-muees.de
Fri Oct 5 14:19:28 CEST 2007
On Donnerstag, 4. Oktober 2007, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> You mean you put the nano-X binary into romfs so it is XIP'd?
> Or do you run flthdr -r on the binary? This, as far as I understand,
> might still load the binary into external RAM, right?
Yes. So it's not usable for us.
> I suppose we could create two seperate DLDI builds:
> DLDI and DLDIGUI
Hmm. I am thinking of another approach...
The internal programs are in romfs. romfs and kernel are packed together
So I think we can create TWO .nds files:
dslinux.nds with maximum free space in internal RAM.
dslinuxm.nds with more programs in internal RAM, assuming external RAM
for comfortable working.
> While at it we could also get rid of the GBAMP* and DSMEM builds
I don't care about them.
We're back to the times when men were men
and wrote their own device drivers.
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