I've got an unusual problem:
I am using a GNU C compiler for Analog Devices DSP21060 signal
processor. I have the DOS (DJGPP) version, in the EXE form, running
under GO32.exe, version 1.10 (copyright 1991....).=20
To be more clear: Analog guys compiled the GNU C, PC->ADSP
crosscompiler USING the DJGPP compiler. I have the result, which runs
I would prefer to use the compiler in a DOSEMU session under
LINUX. This would give me some important flexibility, namely I'd be
able to load/execute the code on DSP cooperating with DOS "host"
program from one DOS session, peek/poking the DSP from another
session. I've seen this work on W95, so why not on Linux? (The setup
works, only the compiler doesn't).
compiler tries to run GO32.exe which gives in DOSEMU a message:=20
DPMI: Unhandled Execption 0c - Terminating Client
It is likely that dosemu is unstable now and should be rebooted
File cpp did not execute!
The QUESTION is:
Can I substitute GO32 1.10 with some newer version that would
cooperate with DOSEMU? (I tried 1.11.maint4 - is worse!)
Can I do anything else, not having the stuff to re-compile the compiler?
Thanks for good suggestions...
Politechnika Warszawska Warsaw University of Technology
Wydzia=B3 Elektroniki (i czego=B6 tam jeszcze) Electronics Engineering
Instytut Podstaw Elektroniki ------ Institute of Electronics Fundame=
(Is computer FUNDAMENTAL in electronics?)=09