Cannot Move Location Counter Backwards Gcc
This looks like a bogus alignment calculation as with the size of 0xe for the section 0x10 should be enough space to properly align the data. Some, like the AVR32A3, can use external SDRAM up to 128â€¯MiB, though. Seems to work. Please someone double-check.
GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Debian) 220.127.116.1110327 $ make Build Kconfig config file Compiling whole program out/ccode.16.s Compiling to assembler out/asm-offsets.s Generating offset file out/asm-offsets.h Compiling (16bit) out/code16.o Compiling whole program Try commenting out one (or more) line(s) before the line containing the "common/environment.o" statement. [ "lib_generic/zlib.o" is usually a good candidate for testing as it's big ]. Apr 30, 2012 - 09:27 AM 12345Total votes: 0 What do you mean with â€œleave them in codeâ€?
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Silicon Labs Community : Wireless : Bluetooth / Wi-Fi : cannot move location counter backwards Go To Silicon Labs Community Forum Welcome But as I have started to add more code, the error has returned. thanks centaur19 Is there any other causes and i am using EDk10.1 Message 5 of 5 (7,060 Views) Reply 0 Kudos « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Apr 30, 2012 - 01:31 PM 12345Total votes: 0 opps - I meant 256k not 256M.
Comment 4 Marcin Juszkiewicz 2010-09-29 11:46:03 UTC Created attachment 5021 [details] Seabios object which fail to link + linker script Minimal set of files from seabios to get link error reproduced. Affecting: binutils (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Marcin Juszkiewicz When: 2010-09-27 Confirmed: 2010-10-15 Started work: 2010-10-15 Completed: 2010-10-15 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu I'm working in Debian 32 bit and Eclipse LUNA. check here Solved!
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Am I using coreboot? http://community.silabs.com/t5/Bluetooth-Wi-Fi/cannot-move-location-counter-backwards/td-p/172252 GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Debian) 18.104.22.16810327 $ make Build Kconfig config file Compiling whole program out/ccode.16.s Compiling to assembler out/asm-offsets.s Generating offset file out/asm-offsets.h Compiling (16bit) out/code16.o Compiling whole program Also please indicate whether â€œmemoryâ€ means â€œFlash memoryâ€ or â€œSRAM memoryâ€. ;-) Log in or register to post comments Top dfansler Level: Wannabe Joined: Thu. The cost of switching to electric cars?
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Message 1 of 3 (1,728 Views) Labels: Bluetooth Smart Everyone's Tags: BGM111 View All (1) Reply 0 Kudos JaakkoV Master Employee Posts: 1,308 Registered: 09-01-2015 Re: cannot move location counter backwards I made the arrays smaller and the error went away. I donâ€™t think there are any AVR32 MCUs with that much internal SRAM or Flash. this contact form Return new_rel_from_abs, not new_abs. (exp_fold_tree_1
Current (22.214.171.12400925-1) version in Debian/experimental had same problem as Ubuntu one (126.96.36.19900908-0ubuntu2). dfansler wrote:If I were to move the tables to Flash, would that take a seperate program just to place them in Flash, or can that be done using the JATAEICE mkII You need to change the script util/xcompile/xcompile to get the target compiler changed. (And possibly delete the file .xcompile in your coreboot directory before trying again) > CC coreboot_ram > src/arch/x86/coreboot_ram.ld:129
I've > tried using SeaBios as well as just copying "yes" to payload.elf.
Again, you should delete your coreboot/.xcompile file after making changes to the toolchain. Extract and run "test.sh" script. Passing parameters to boilerplate text How are the functions used in cryptographic hash functions chosen? Is there any way to check how much space your app is taking?
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Thanks, David Log in or register to post comments Top catweax Level: Hangaround Joined: Thu. Affecting: seabios (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Marcin Juszkiewicz When: 2010-09-28 Confirmed: 2010-10-15 Started work: 2010-10-15 Completed: 2010-10-15 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu Add tags Tag help Marcin Juszkiewicz (hrw) wrote on 2010-09-27: #1 coreboot failure: gcc -m32 -Wa,--divide -fno-stack-protector -Wl,--build-id=none -nostdlib -nostartfiles -static -o build/coreboot_ram -Lbuild -T src/arch/i386/coreboot_ram.ld build/coreboot_ram.o src/arch/i386/coreboot_ram.ld:143 cannot move location Thanks so much for your help and patience.
Have you tried with different optimizations? I will try to fix the doc if this is missing from there. Sep 22, 2011 Posts: 81 View posts #5 Posted by dfansler: Sun. It isn't clear to me from the various pages I've read which of the above (if either) is the appropriate way to boot coreboot on qemu.
Hot Network Questions What movie is this? It failed under Ubuntu so I tried Debian chroot. Comment 2 Marcin Juszkiewicz 2010-09-29 10:24:15 UTC How to reproduce: $ git clone git://git.linuxtogo.org/home/kevin/seabios.git $ git checkout 94dc9c49c283cd576c25692d17567035557a2505 $ cd seabios $ make V=1 Comment 3 Marcin Juszkiewicz 2010-09-29 11:44:30 UTC coreboot (svn://coreboot.org/coreboot/trunk@5858) failure: gcc -m32 -Wa,--divide -fno-stack-protector -Wl,--build-id=none -nostdlib -nostartfiles -static -o build/coreboot_ram -Lbuild -T src/arch/i386/coreboot_ram.ld build/coreboot_ram.o src/arch/i386/coreboot_ram.ld:143 cannot move location counter backwards (from 0000000000118000 to 0000000000004000) collect2: ld returned 1
Current (188.8.131.5200527-1) version in Debian/experimental had same problem as Ubuntu one (184.108.40.20600908-0ubuntu2). Once you get U-Boot linked, you can check in the u-boot.map file how big the gap is, and which object files could be used to fill it up again. 14.2.8. When assigning a plain number to dot, assume the value is relative to expld.section.