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9th February 2010, 07:06 AM |#121  
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I am getting ready to try that too...I got a ROM to build this morning successfully and got it to boot and everything and then realized that I left out a couple of things and went to rebuild, and the kitchen kept crashing...I am going to start over with 1.05 and see what I can do...don't know if it makes a difference, but I at home now and will be cooking on my XP machine...will let you know how things go in a bit

ok spent a lot of time getting the kitchen set up...dumped the shipped sprint rhodium w ROM with no problems (AWESOME!!!)...I added my EXT's (made sure to recmod concurrence manager) Platformrebuilder crashes and I get this error after the intal Runtime error shows up:

"Platformrebuilder has crashed due to some incompatble XIP or OEMmodules. Please try changing your model selection and try again."

anyone know what would cause this? I did compare my OEM folders from EVK and added anything that was different....any help would be greatly appreciated...I really like the style of this kitchen and want to use it exclusively.

One suggestion that would make this top notch would be a way to select or deselect all packages in OEM, SYS, & EXT.
 
 
9th February 2010, 07:34 AM |#122  
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Working Native WM 6.5 Kernel for Polaris
Hi,
don't know where to post this else, but here I offer a working Polaris 6.5 NK for the great osKitchen.

Just extract in /Sources/NK/Polaris and add the following Line to your define.txt : 65nk|false

I've successful compiled a ROM with 0 Modules in Slot 0 with Slot 60 and 61 available.

Greetz to all Polaris users...
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9th February 2010, 08:04 AM |#123  
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hi,

I finally have the kitchen working.
I have make the oskitchen.exe win XP sp3 compatibil
i have problem
everything works well until it comes to generating NBH
I get this error
there is no device found to meet the project configuration. try to update file with new one
after that i click ok it goes further with cooking. At the end i have no .nbh file to flash

ps: i have blackstone

Memory Map...
SLOT 0: 0x02000000 - 0x01c60000 (END: 0x00060000, 0 MODULES)
0x02000000 - 0x01fe0000 - ROM 0
0x01fa0000 - 0x01c60000 - ROM 1
SLOT 1: 0x04000000 - 0x02022000 (END: 0x02020000, 208 MODULES)
SLOT 60: 0x7a000000 - 0x7a000000 (END: 0x78020000, 0 MODULES)
SLOT 61: 0x7c000000 - 0x7a1f0000 (END: 0x7a020000, 164 MODULES)

RAM IMAGE: 0x80000000 - 0x803a48f4

RAM: 0x803a5000 - 0x80422000 - Used for kernel modules
0x80422000 - 0x83000000 - 43 MB free
... done!

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Created link in the root of the kitchen.
Updating all files with add2*:
Inserting XIP
Getting IMGFS from NB
Generating IMGFS from DUMP
And putting IMGFS into NB
Generating NBH
Cleaning again
DONE! Now you can flash!


Edit: i have solved the problem. now i can create a nbh file. i have used the tools folder of ondrasters thread
9th February 2010, 08:12 AM |#124  
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I finally have the kitchen working.

I have make the oskitchen.exe win XP sp3 compatibil

just out of curiousity how did you get your kitchen working? I am having all kinds of issues getting mine working on my XP SP3
9th February 2010, 08:18 AM |#125  
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just out of curiousity how did you get your kitchen working? I am having all kinds of issues getting mine working on my XP SP3

like what kind of issues you get?
did you get the right tree structure?

i use win7 64 bit
I have just make the exe file win Xp sp3 compatibil
9th February 2010, 08:22 AM |#126  
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like what kind of issues you get?
did you get the right tree structure?

i use win7 64 bit
I have just make the exe file win Xp sp3 compatibil

gotchca...well it is currently running with no errors, but last night I got it to build a flashable ROM, but then I realized that I left out a couple of things and went to build the ROM again I started getting Runtime Errors and platformrebuilder crashes.
9th February 2010, 09:45 AM |#127  
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gotchca...well it is currently running with no errors, but last night I got it to build a flashable ROM, but then I realized that I left out a couple of things and went to build the ROM again I started getting Runtime Errors and platformrebuilder crashes.

Make sure to disallow indexing on your kitchen folder.
9th February 2010, 10:53 AM |#128  
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there must be another problem with the offical german rhodium wm6.5 rom, no problems during cooking after disabling ConcurrenceMgr (btw. i donĀ“t have it disabled in erviuskitchen) but the cooked rom stops at the 2 bootscreen....

well, will try again tonight
9th February 2010, 11:25 AM |#129  
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Make sure to disallow indexing on your kitchen folder.

just wondering...why would indexing make a difference?
9th February 2010, 11:34 AM |#130  
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just wondering...why would indexing make a difference?


indexing and using/cooking one file in kitchen at the same time could cause error and crashing
9th February 2010, 12:31 PM |#131  
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just wondering...why would indexing make a difference?

Because the Operating system opens the file to inspect it and store hashed information about it for you to find when you are searching, and when you are cooking the kitchen needs exclusive access to the files so when both happen at the same time it causes a sharing violation and causes the crash.
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