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Crash in Fedora 10
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When I built it on my Fedora machine, which has an Intel chip that supports framebuffer objects, it loaded fine. However, clicking "Run CD" causes it to crash with the following output:

Code:
ZeroGS: creating zerogs
ZeroGS: Got Doublebuffered Visual!
ZeroGS: glX-Version 1.2
ZeroGS: Depth 24
ZeroGS: you have Direct Rendering!
ZeroGS: *********
ZeroGS: OGL WARNING: multiple render targets not supported, some effects might look bad
ZeroGS: *********
ZeroGS: ******
ZeroGS: GS WARNING: Floating point render targets not supported, switching to 32bit
ZeroGS: *********
ZeroGS: Disabling MRT depth writing
pcsx2: Memory.cpp:892: void SysPageFaultExceptionFilter(int, siginfo_t*, void*): Assertion `false' failed.
/usr/libexec/<unknown>: No such file or directory.

The revision is 672, with 403 for the official pcsx2 revision


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#2
Yes, it is correct behavior. Only rev 458 and bellow is usable under Linux.
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(01-31-2009, 07:46 PM)Zeydlitz Wrote: Yes, it is correct behavior. Only rev 458 and bellow is usable under Linux.

Why is only rev 458 and below usable?
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Because Linux code was brocken with VTLB. Right now interpreter mode is working, bur it's incredible slow. Do implement recompiller mode we should catch SIGSEGV signal that is generated by mprotecred memory (it's designed behavior). And I have no idea how to do it at 2.6 kernel.
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(01-31-2009, 10:08 PM)Zeydlitz Wrote: Because Linux code was brocken with VTLB. Right now interpreter mode is working, bur it's incredible slow. Do implement recompiller mode we should catch SIGSEGV signal that is generated by mprotecred memory (it's designed behavior). And I have no idea how to do it at 2.6 kernel.

I'm not quite sure what you said, but maybe this would help?

http://lwn.net/Articles/driver-porting/

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/...nside.html

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-mem26/
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Moved...
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