Nova 32 bits on older Pentium 4 computer.
dufresnep at ...9...
Tue Jan 22 07:48:27 CET 2013
Oh, I think I *may* begin to understand a bit better what is going
on... and to feel a bit dumb.
... and still confused.
Basically, I was expecting to see on the screen in my computer, what I
was seeing in QEMU on my Linux.
So I was expecting to see things like:
Hypervisor does not feature VMX
Hypervisor does not feature SVM
Hypervisor info page contains 13 memory descriptors:
detected physical memory: 0x0000000000000000 - size: 0x9f400
use physical memory: 0x0000000000000000 - size: 0x9f000
detected physical memory: 0x0000000000100000 - size: 0x17efe000
use physical memory: 0x0000000000100000 - size: 0x17efe000
map multi-boot module: physical 0x018b6000 -> [0x00188000-0x00210230) - core
map multi-boot module: physical 0x0193f000 -> [0x00213000-0x00213266) - config
on my screen when testing the iso file, but I now think this is what
is sent to the serial line that is shown in the terminal window of
Also I tried to use "make run/hello" which use
base/include/base/printf.h functions (PDBG) but I now think they send
their output to serial line too.
When debuging Nova, I was adding some Nova's Console::print that seems
to go to screen.
So debugging was going fine.
I find a bit strange that Genode's printf does not map to Nova's
I guess that it what I would have expected.
Now I am asking myself what function I should use in Genode, to send
output to screen rather than serial line?
I would expect Genode to stop using -nographic with QEMU, and use the
screen rather than the serial line... supposing that my hypothesis
about what is going on is right.
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