Chameleon

Issue 312: Error After Updating gma.c Vendor IDS on SVN Revision r2152

Reported by Niresh12495, Jan 4, 2013

Chameleon Showing This While Booting on Intel Graphics Chipsets
Memory allocation Error Addr: 0xdeadbeef, size 0x0, File: Modules 
c,Line: 171

:-(

Attached The File That Was Updated on r2152

Comment 1 by Niresh12495, Jan 11, 2013

Well Kernel Patcher Had Another Issue If Used With SnowLeopard

Comment 2 by Evan Lojewski, Jan 11, 2013

The error message you posted does not point to gma.c.

Do you have this issue on previous revisions? If you revert gma.c 
does this issue still exist.
Status: AwaitingInformation

Comment 3 by Niresh12495, Jan 12, 2013

Im Not an Expert but on Rev r2152 gma.c was updated that caused a 
lap HP 630 to Have The Above Error I Had Compiled and Used The 
Previous Revs
"Memory allocation Error Addr: 0xdeadbeef, size 0x0, File: 
Modules 
c,Line: 171"
While This Error Happened I Just Had KernelPatcher Module In The 
Modules Folder But Then I Replaced All The Modules Voila It Worked 
Without a Problem

Also a Friend of Mine Reported That He Had Faced The Same Error on 
Snow While Using KernelPatcher Module I Advised Him To Remove it as 
Snow Doesn't Need it 

Please Take a Look At Comments to Know About His Issue 
http://www.osx86.net/view/3499-chameleon_r2152__additional_support_4_
kernelcache.html

Comment 4 by Evan Lojewski, Jan 12, 2013

Please reproduce the error and repost the message that is stated
The message:

File: Modules c,Line: 171

Is incorrect. The error message prints out the filename and the 
error where malloc(0) was called, there is no file named 
"Modules c" (there is a modules.c however). Without the 
correct error message, the issue cannot be debugged.

The link you posted does have the same user reporting an error with 
"Modules c" at line 152, assuming this is in fact 
modules.c, this is due to the file on disk (the module) have a size 
of zero. I will add a check to have it gracefully error out in this 
case, however the issue is again due to the file not having a valid 
size.

Comment 5 by Evan Lojewski, Jan 12, 2013

Fix is in SVN. please verify that it works.
Status: Fixed

Comment 6 by Niresh12495, Jan 12, 2013

Thanks I Will Verify and Repost it and Comment Here Tonight Because 
The Lap Isnt Mine Its My Friends One Thank You :)

Created: 6 years 6 months ago by Niresh12495

Updated: 6 years 6 months ago

Status: Fixed

Followed by: 1 person

Labels:
Priority:Medium
Type:Defect