It’s been a rough month, I’m having issues with the ARM port and it’s holding me back.
Anyway, I’m on my way, which is great news.
TODO Continue the ARM port
The latest issue is a page fault occur at thread 778(which is the user thread).
778: init: libz.so.1 vm_page_fault: vm_soft_fault returned error 'Bad address' on fault at 0x0, ip 0x0, write 0, user 1, exec 1, thread 0x30a thread_hit_serious_debug_event(): Failed to install debugger: thread: 778 (launch_daemon): Bad port ID Prepare fdt
In the first stage of work, the following content was completed:
Compile and run arm haiku on osx Fixed some runtime errors The following will show how to compile haiku on osx and run it on qemu (my version: hrev56168)
Build and run Haiku on OSX (Intel) Preparation Before starting, since the default file system(APFS) is not case-sensitive, you must first create a case-sensitive volume.
Open Disk Utility.
Introduction I am Zhihong Niu, an Computer science undergraduate student at the Xi’an Shiyou University.
This summer I will port Haiku to ARM and support some device tree-based storage device.
My mentors for this project are scottmc and David Karoly.
Here is the link to my proposal.
Project The project actually has three goals: run Haiku on ARM(qemu-system-arm), device tree support and mass storage device driver based on device tree.