This is exactly what you need to know.HEX_addict wrote:The only thing I find for boot is this: "After the Raspberry Pi boot sequence loads the kernel.img
and jumps to the address 0x8000, the Raspberry Pi bootloader has served its purpose and the control is given to the
ELF format = Litle Endian Format ??rpdom wrote: Encode your "HEX" stuff to run at 0x8000, save it as kernel.img (preferable in ELF format - look it up). Boot.
Seriously, you should look at the Baking Pi tutes, they aren't that difficult and you will pick up ARM code quite quickly if you forget x86 and the way that works.
ARM code is one of the leanest and neatest instruction sets I've used (and that is quite a lot). Learn the instruction set and you will get used to it. I've been using it on and off since the very first ARM chip was released
you are quite right rpdom, I did understood what HEX_adddict was trying to do, but obviously his thinking wasn't actually based on factual information. I stand corrected.rpdom wrote:Actually, sector 0 contains an MS-DOS style MBR and partition table. It can be used to boot quite a few OSen on a PC, but the boot block isn't used at all on the Pi, apart from possible to identify the fact that it is an MS-DOS type MBR and has a valid partition table.
The only bit that the Pi needs in it is that partition table to show that the first partition is FAT and where it is and how big.
No executable code is used from sector 0.
Hardly!So, I'm alone.
Ah, those were the days. Yes, CD was the call instruction and C3 was the jump instruction. 00 was noop. I can't remember any of the others these days, but it has been a long time (goes all misty eyed now).mahjongg wrote:I remember a colleague that could read a hex-dump of ZX80 code, as if it was assembler. Me, I never remembered more than that "C9" was the return instruction and "CD xx yy" was the call instruction (if memory serves me well).
Hacker != Cracker.HEX_addict wrote:That's why I hate also C, and because of C exist hackers.
As they say... the only server impossible to break is the one disconnected/powered off and locked in a dark room.HEX_addict wrote:If I have somebody to help me I can build a server imposible to brake.
Ok, great. Good luck.HEX_addict wrote:I need only one month to read books of Assembler for x86, one month to makesmall exercises in ASM, and one month to programming the server.
Enough that you don't want to own that "machine", but you will (probably next year after you'll finish reading ASM book) outsource the production to one of the existing factories in this business.HEX_addict wrote:how much cost me a machine who can build me my own processor/SOC and my own Raspberry Pi?
Do you have any web link where we can see your past achievements ?HEX_addict wrote:I can make it 10-20 times faster only by chanching the logic from inside him.
Interesting idea... To what blocks would you break down the RasPi to get this kit ?HEX_addict wrote:If a company will sell a kit to make your own Raspberyy Pi, i will change the world.
After each sentence I like you even more than before...HEX_addict wrote:Windows and Linux will be just history.
Perfect choice ! HEX is actually the best selection for coding and maintaining.HEX_addict wrote:I cane make every kind of program, but only in HEX.
C'mon... don't waste your potential with printing a character on the screen.HEX_addict wrote:If u find time, put here the code in HEX and ASM, to print a character on screen.
That sounds like a plot for the next James Bond movie.HEX_addict wrote: If a company will sell a kit to make your own Raspberyy Pi, i will change the world. Windows and Linux will be just history.
He might get almost a year's worth of use from it then...DougieLawson wrote:That sounds like a plot for the next James Bond movie.HEX_addict wrote: If a company will sell a kit to make your own Raspberyy Pi, i will change the world. Windows and Linux will be just history.
Best of luck, it's taken Linus (and an army of acolytes) since 1991 to get their OS to the current status. So I'll look forward to your new super secure OS appearing in 2037.
I was funy right? Butttt.... If I was speak right?FLYFISH TECHNOLOGIES wrote: Best wishes, Ivan Zilic.
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