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I'm surprised someone does such a weird setup. Lee - To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-kernel" in the body of a message to majordomo [at] vger More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Please read the FAQ For the testcase from PR, > expand generates SImode symbol that is later extended to DImode and handled > through movabs. The Debian FAQ explains the different versions, but who reads it? ;-) To contrast, in both Fedora and Ubuntu, the default download is the image for 64-bit PCs. … -- Nadav his comment is here

Reload to refresh your session. Lu PR target/49860 * gcc.target/i386/pr47446-3.c: Renamed to ... * gcc.target/i386/pr49860-1.c: This. Free forum by Nabble Edit this page i386 -> x86_64 cross compile failure (binutils bug?) From: Lee Revell Date: Fri Dec 09 2005 - 13:49:44 EST Next message: Andi Kleen: "Re: Lu 2011-07-27 15:42:37 UTC (In reply to comment #5) > (In reply to comment #4) > > > > Can you prevent x32 to generate DImode symbols? Get More Information

But the build fails with: $ make ARCH=x86_64 [...] CC init/initramfs.o CC init/calibrate.o LD init/built-in.o CHK usr/initramfs_list CC arch/x86_64/kernel/process.o CC arch/x86_64/kernel/signal.o AS arch/x86_64/kernel/entry.o arch/x86_64/kernel/entry.S: Assembler messages: arch/x86_64/kernel/entry.S:204: Error: cannot represent relocation SUBDIRS=$PWD SRCROOT=$PWD/. For 32-bit code, you'd probably want a .long instead of .quad for the trap detection address - this would make this reference a 32-bit value rather than a 64-bit value -

I was hoping it would be possible to > build an x86-64 kernel using the Ubuntu packages and that I would not > have to resort to building my own toolchain. Lu PR target/48084 * gcc.target/i386/pr48084-1.c: New. * gcc.target/i386/pr48084-2.c: Likewise. * gcc.target/i386/pr48084-3.c: Likewise. * gcc.target/i386/pr48084-4.c: Likewise. * gcc.target/i386/pr48084-5.c: Likewise. The 32-bit > environment sets int, long and pointer to 32 > bits and generates code that runs on any i386 system. But the build fails >with: > >$ make ARCH=x86_64 > [...] > CC init/initramfs.o > > I have successfully done this using Debian/Sid. 1.

But the build fails > > with: > > > > $ make ARCH=x86_64 > > [...] > > CC init/initramfs.o > > CC init/calibrate.o > > LD init/built-in.o > > So the assembler must think that it is creating a 64-bit binary. If I don't change the CFLAGS I get: $ make ARCH=x86_64 CHK include/linux/version.h CC arch/x86_64/kernel/asm-offsets.s arch/x86_64/kernel/asm-offsets.c:1: error: code model 'kernel' not supported in the 32 bit mode make[1]: *** [arch/x86_64/kernel/asm-offsets.s] Error why not find out more It is the > > > same issue as [1]. > > > > > > [1] http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2011-07/msg01825.html > > > > X32 is 32bit environment.

If I jsut add -m64 to everything then it fails when it gets to the ia32 stuff. PR target/49860 * gcc.dg/pr49860.c: New. i686 = TARGET_32BIT x32 = TARGET_64BIT x86_64 = TARGET_64BIT > > This is artificial limitation. > > Those generated codes aren't very efficient for x32. Lee - To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-kernel" in the body of a message to majordomo [at] vger More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Please read the FAQ

  1. Lu 2011-07-27 16:16:54 UTC Let's punt it for now.
  2. It stores the address of 0:, in other words the address of the int3 instruction.
  3. You do need the 64-bit Debian build tools and 64 bit libraries.
  4. Didn't try with a whole kernel though.
  5. The problem does not seem to be lack of x86-64 support in the assembler.
  6. The usage of "le pays de..." Reverse a hexadecimal number in bash When does “haben” push “nicht” to the end of the sentence?
  7. I created a Debian machine under VirtualBox and pulled osv into it.
  8. May I suspect a compiler installation issue (the compiler and the required dependencies were installed from rpms on top of the existing and newer gcc using rpm -ivh --force options)?

c++ linux gcc assembly share|improve this question edited May 20 '14 at 21:43 Maxpm 7,1801166126 asked May 20 '14 at 21:33 AlainM 11 2 That's some damn heavy code. http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/linux/kernel/596722 OSv can only be compiled on a 64-bit x86 system, whose compiler can generate 64-bit code. If I don't change the CFLAGS I get: > > $ make ARCH=x86_64 > CHK include/linux/version.h > CC arch/x86_64/kernel/asm-offsets.s > arch/x86_64/kernel/asm-offsets.c:1: error: code model 'kernel' not > supported in the 32 ie: gcc -v -I/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.27-9/include/ application.c log.c -lpthread If there is nothing on the gas command line to indicate that 64-bit mode has been selected then have a look in the assembler

WARNING: "VMCI_GetContextID" /tmp/vmware-config1/vsock-only/vsock.ko undefined! http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-open-an-http-server-socket-error-reported-errno-eacces.html rkiddy closed this Jan 3, 2014 nyh commented Jan 5, 2014 On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 2:36 AM, Ray Kiddy ***@***.***> wrote: I installed the "amd64" image and the build Comment 4 H.J. I don't get any header .h file warnings at all.

It ends > > up with -m64 -m32 for the 32bit vsyscall files, but that seems > > to DTRT at least in gcc 4. > > Nope, passing -m64 -m32 So I guess this is a bug in the Ubuntu 5.10 gcc, I'll report it as such. bit is just a way to select a breakpoint for debug or no breakpoint variation of the code for non-debug mode. 2) You would really have to ask whoever wrote the weblink Thanks for checking.

Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Actions Remove from profile Feature on your profile More Like This Retrieving data ... And it seems that it's > supposed to work, but doesn't. > Last time I used it, crosstool was painless, but I guess you'd prefer this link to x86 cross-compilers that The 64-bit version is called "amd64", not "i386", and that is what you need.

Lu 2011-07-27 12:39:39 UTC (In reply to comment #1) > Assembler should accept R_X86_64_64 and zero-extend it to 8 bytes.

Comment 5 Uroš Bizjak 2011-07-27 15:10:13 UTC (In reply to comment #4) > > Can you prevent x32 to generate DImode symbols? Is so, could you, please, rewrite it in order to do the same thing on my 32 bit system (32 bit Intel Celeron M) ? Lu 2011-07-27 04:28:49 UTC [hjl@gnu-6 ilp32-30]$ cat x.i extern char inbuf[]; extern char outbuf[]; extern unsigned insize; extern unsigned inptr; static int max_len; static int peek_bits; void build_tree() { int len; Where did you get this code?

I added -m64 to the CFLAGS as per the gcc docs. For the testcase from PR, expand generates SImode symbol that is later extended to DImode and handled through movabs. Those generated codes aren't very efficient for x32. http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-represent-relocation-type-bfd-reloc-sh-imm8.html Take a look at the gas command line being issued by gcc when you are compiling application.c.

So the assembler must think that it is creating a 64-bit binary. WARNING: "VMCIDatagram_Send" /tmp/vmware-config1/vsock-only/vsock.ko undefined! But the build fails > >>>with: > >>> > >>>$ make ARCH=x86_64 > >>> [...] > >>> CC init/initramfs.o > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>I have successfully Assembler should put correctly zero-extended symbol at the relocation site.

Really, try my method. rkiddy commented Dec 29, 2013 VirtualBox is telling me: Operating System: Debian (64 bit) Let me know how best to do it and I can get a more verbose description of So, do you have some sort of religious objection to using CROSS_COMPILE= when building for a processor that doesn't match the userspace ? The > > 64-bit environment sets int to 32 bits and long > > and pointer to 64 bits and generates code for AMD's x86-64 > > architecture. > > >

Re: Vmware 2 problem on Suse guyrleech Nov 1, 2008 5:13 PM (in response to Beer007) I've just patched an openSUSE 10.3 x64 host to the same kernel as you have modulesmake[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.22.19-0.1-obj/x86_64/default'make -C ../../../linux-2.6.22.19-0.1 O=../linux-2.6.22.19-0.1-obj/x86_64/default modules CC /tmp/vmware-config13/vmmon-only/linux/driver.oIn file included from include2/asm/tsc.h:1, from include2/asm/timex.h:15, from /usr/src/linux-2.6.22.19-0.1/include/linux/timex.h:187, from /usr/src/linux-2.6.22.19-0.1/include/linux/sched.h:49, from /tmp/vmware-config13/vmmon-only/./include/compat_sched.h:23, from /tmp/vmware-config13/vmmon-only/linux/driver.c:27:/usr/src/linux-2.6.22.19-0.1/include/asm-i386/tsc.h: In function ‘get_cycles':/usr/src/linux-2.6.22.19-0.1/include/asm-i386/tsc.h:29: warning: left shift i got this error..... > > > atomic_32.h:28: Error: cannot represent relocation type BFD_RELOC_64 > atomic_32.h:34: Error: cannot represent relocation type BFD_RELOC_64 > atomic_32.h:40: Error: cannot represent relocation type BFD_RELOC_64 > Comment 6 H.J.

Also it would be useful to mention the architecture for which you are compiling for .... :) Ramana On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 3:18 PM, kanishk rastogi <[hidden email]> wrote: