irc.ELF client is not working at QEMU with RTL8139? Bug reports inside
infarmer8 zuletzt editiert von
I am running the PrettyOS floppy "pretty.img" at QEMU under Ubuntu Linux with the following command:
qemu-system-i386 -L . -m 256 -fda ./pretty.img -boot a -localtime -vga vmware
-net nic,model=rtl8139 -net user -soundhw ac97 -usb -usbdevice tablet
During the launch of PrettyOS I am already getting some error messages:
UHCI: Timeout! Stalled HC still active HC still active
HC still active
HID-Descriptor could not be read!
port 2: 0080h Fullspeed
> Press key to close this console. <<<
Maybe this is normal and does not matter. Then I see this:
Realtek RTL8139 network adapter:
USB UHCI 0: Host Controller Halted
MAC: 52-54-00-12-34-56 IP: 192.168.1.22
nambar: 0000C000 nabmbar: 0000C500 sample rate: 44100 Hz
=> Floppy Disk (1.44 MB): first drive found.
=> Only single partition on disk (type: FAT12)
=== Pretty OS booted ===
> PrettyOS got a DHCP ACK. <<<
USB UHCI 0: USB Error
After that, I try to launch irc.ELF . Sometimes I get this problem:
ebp: E0047B04 eip: 00126BE3
ebp: E0047B44 eip: 001274BE
ebp: E0047B64 eip: 0011ABC4
ebp: E0047B84 eip: 00119CE4
ebp: E0047BC4 eip: 00126D31
ebp: E0047C34 eip: 00115084
ebp: E0047C84 eip: 00115F55
ebp: E0047CC4 eip: 001065B1
ebp: E0047D28 eip: 001330D0
ebp: E0047D48 eip: 00119CE4
ebp: E0047E08 eip: 0010585C
ebp: E0047E28 eip: 00105907
ebp: E0047E68 eip: 001122D7
ebp: E0047EA8 eip: 001136C2
ebp: E0047ED0 eip: 00101DF2
ebp: E0047F10 eip: 001066D7
ebp: 014FFFE8 eip: 001330D0
ASSERTION FAILED (current->data == data) in file 'kernel/util/ring.c', line 125
OPERATING SYSTEM HALTED!
The most far stage I have been able to advance to, was this:
It has successfully connected and I am able to see some messages printed by this server,
but I could not write any of my new messages and could not send my new messages!
This problem - is it because this irc.ELF client is at alpha development stage?
Why I am unable to write my messages? Or maybe there is some incompatibility?
Please help me to understand, is IRC client supposed to be stable or still not?
Mr X zuletzt editiert von
thanks for your feedback!
Regarding the IRC client, it is not obvious how to use it; I just tried it out and it works as intended. To join a channel, press CTRL+j. To issue a command, press CTRL+c. To send a message to #PrettyOS (on euirc.net), press CTRL+p.
The crash from kernel/util/ring.c would require more analysis; in general it is a strong hint that something in the kernel went wrong. Unfortunately, I do not have time to do this analysis (and I would need to reproduce the issue to fix it, anyway). If you have done any analysis or even found out the reason, we would appreciate if you can tell us!