12.11.1. Configuring the Dummy MMU

You can set the code of the DummyMMU in the configuration file. Use the following entry in the Coprocessors section of armul.cnf:

{ Coprocessors
; Here is the list of co-processors, in the form
:; Coprocessor[<n>]=Name
#if COPROCESSOR_DummyMMU
;; By default, install a dummy MMU on co-processor 15.
CoProcessor[15]=DummyMMU
; Here is the configuration for the co-processors.
;; The Dummy MMU can be configured to return a given Chip ID
;DummyMMU:ChipID=
#endif
}

The line:


;DummyMMU:ChipID=

can be uncommented and set to any value. For example, to configure DummyMMU to return the ARM710 ID code (0x44007100), change this line to:

; Here is the configuration for the co-processors.
;; The Dummy MMU can be configured to return a given Chip ID
DummyMMU:ChipID=0x44007100
#endif
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