[Coco] Nitros9 3.02.02 problem
Boisy G. Pitre
boisy at boisypitre.com
Fri Jul 23 11:12:00 EDT 2004
You can save the module and use the verify command to update the file:
verify u<rbf >rbf.new
However, Robert made a suggestion that is probably more useful. Use
DED to patch the file on disk (as opposed to debug which patches it in
memory). You can then use DED's 'V' command to verify the file and
build a new boot disk with that.
On Jul 23, 2004, at 10:08 AM, Paul T. Barton wrote:
> OK, now I have a patched RBF,
> with an incorrect CRC.
> How does the CRC get updated?
> --- "Boisy G. Pitre" <boisy at boisypitre.com>
>> This is the result of a bug in RBF that was
>> introduced in 3.2.2. I
>> posted a fix a couple of days ago to the
>>> L RBF
>>> . .+795 (that is period space period+795)
>> The above patch is a fix for RBF ed #37 that
>> came with NitrOS-9/6309
>> Level 2 V03.02.02. For NitrOS-9/6809 Level 2,
>> use 7C5 instead of 795.
>> NitrOS-9 Level 1 users don't need a patch.
>> This temporary patch gets around a problem with
>> the new SS.VarSect call
>> that RBF makes to all drivers when opening a
>> path and is required when
>> using certain RBF drivers like SuperSCSI.
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