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Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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Hello everyone!
I've done what i promised. I built it.
http://rapidshare.com/files/412507342 ... 0812-mingw-x86_64.tar.bz2
I don't have any 64-bit machine to try it on. It is a cross-build under 32-bit Windows. I hope i did it all right.
P.S. Before running it make sure that data execution protection is turned off on your machine. I don't know its default state on 64-bit Windows. AROS is still no friend to this feature (will be implemented together with memory protection).
P.P.S. Don't cry!!! Don't send curses if it doesn't work. This is maximum i can do, it's just for interest. I just want to know if this can work at all.
If it's somehow okay i'll go on with ARM build. Windows CE requires a bit more hacking because it doesn't have notion of current directory (AROS relies on it in order to find its root).

Posted on: 2010/8/12 5:59
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Re: Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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I'll test it as soon as possible.

One question though, do one need a MingW install, and does it have to be 64bit?

Ah, that seems to be two questions. Is that all right?

Posted on: 2010/8/12 7:45
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Re: Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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Sonic,
I tried with Windows 7 x64 and it crashes.
The report that Windows issues has the following information:
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BEX64
Application name: AROSBootstrap.exe
Application version: 0.0.0.0
Stamp Date / Time of Application: 4c63ea3b
Module Name with Failures: StackHash_7194
Module Version with Failures: 0.0.0.0
Stamp Date / Time Module with Fault: 00000000
Misuse of Exception: 0000000002340040
Exception code: c0000005
Data Exception: 0000000000000008
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Region ID: 2070
Additional Information 1: 7194
Additional Information 2: 71946bf3fd8e4f1783de7c77c57910d3
Additional Information 3: bef9
Additional Information 4: bef909193e554f00fba57a7b7b9ac1fa

One other thing, I tried to disable DEP for the AROSBootstrap executable, but Windows says you can't defime DEP attributes for 64-bit executables.
So I disabled it all together.

Posted on: 2010/8/12 11:19
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Re: Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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I have done a quick test and crashes in my machine too...
I've got the following informations in the AppLog

System 
  
Provider 
   
Name]  Application Error 
  
EventID 1000 
   
Qualifiers]  
   Level 2 
   Task 100 
   Keywords 0x80000000000000 
  
TimeCreated 
   
SystemTime]  2010-08-12T21:03:40.000000000Z 
   EventRecordID 16094 
   Channel Application 
   Computer Allanon
-PC 
   Security 

EventData 
   AROSBootstrap
.exe 
   0.0.0.0 
   4c63ea3b 
   AROSBootstrap
.exe 
   0.0.0.0 
   4c63ea3b 
   c0000005 
   0000000000002591 
   518 
   01cb3a61d6765e17 
   C
:UsersAllanonDesktopAROSbootAROSBootstrap.exe 
   C
:UsersAllanonDesktopAROSbootAROSBootstrap.exe 
   14c4e04f
-a655-11df-9551-00262d875421


I'm not an expert at this things, let me know if I can get more debug information and where :)

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Re: Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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It's DEP error. Looks like DEP cannot be turned off for 64-bit software and this setting affects only WoW emulator.
Very interesting...
Can you run AROS from console? I want to know exactly what it prints and where it stops.
If i'm correct, i'll delay the port until i implement memory protection (this will automatically make friendship with DEP). If not... I don't know then. Will think...
P.S. Just completed reading "Data execution prevention" chapter in MSDN, it proves my guess. On 64 bits DEP is always on and this can't be changed.

Posted on: 2010/8/13 0:31
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What about fixing the random crashes of the 32 bit version to begin with ? (I had to restart AROS around 15 times in order to compile protrekkr).
The AROSbootstrap (which doesn't have a .exe suffix in latest versions) doesn't even run anymore.

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Windows hosted would be very useful once it have network, sound and faster graphic driver.

I for one would donate some cash for such a bounty!

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Quote:

hitchhikr wrote:
What about fixing the random crashes of the 32 bit version to begin with ? (I had to restart AROS around 15 times in order to compile protrekkr).
The AROSbootstrap (which doesn't have a .exe suffix in latest versions) doesn't even run anymore.


Hi, we have a nice bug tracker here
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=43586&atid=439463

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Re: Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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2 hitchhickr: huh, to tell the truth i didn't know about these problems. No one ever told me about them until now.
As to random crashes, on my machine they are extremely rare. I'm still researching this.
As to AROSBootstrap, have you tried renaming it? I'm sorry for this stupid bug, this is already fixed.
BTW, i implemented memory protection and DEP friendliness. Compiling another 64-bit version to try out...

Posted on: 2010/8/13 5:35

Edited by SonicAmiga on 2010/8/13 5:56:44
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Re: Windows-x86-64-hosted - test it please

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New 64-bit version, DEP-aware. Should go further :)
http://rapidshare.com/files/412710296 ... 0813-mingw-x86_64.tar.bz2

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