A.3.1. ACTLR

The Auxiliary Control Register (ACTLR) is an IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED register that usually contains control bits to enable or disable certain processor-specific features. It is normally written very early in the bootstrap sequence, and is often not changed afterwards.

In the AEM, the ACTLR has no functional bits implemented. Any changes to the configuration of the processor must instead be carried out using the parameters in the CADI interface of the model.

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