Wolfgang Denk | 3 Dec 12:00 2001
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Test

Sorry, just a test - I haven't seen any message  for  3  days,  which
never happened before...

Wolfgang Denk

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Wolfgang Denk | 3 Dec 12:00 2001
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[Ppcboot-users] Test

Sorry, just a test - I haven't seen any message  for  3  days,  which
never happened before...

Wolfgang Denk

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OTAVIO ISAMU SUGENO | 3 Dec 13:14 2001
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[Ppcboot-users] Running error after realocation code

Hi everybody,
 
can anyone explain me why after realocation code to RAM (relocate_code
function) I can not get running ppcboot anynmore. The assembler
instructions does not work or works wrong, for example in in_ram
fuction, the instruction li r0, __got2_entries <at> sectoff <at> l loads a wrong
value in R0 or mtctr does not load the value into ctr.
If I continue running from FLASH, the instructions work.
 
If anyone knows something about it, please.
 
Thanks
Otavio Sugeno
OTAVIO ISAMU SUGENO OTAVIO | 3 Dec 14:43 2001
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[Ppcboot-users] Running error after realocating code

Hi everybody,

can anyone explain me why after realocationg code to RAM
(relocate_code function) I do not get running ppcboot anymore. The
assembler instructions does not work or works wrong. For example in
in_ram function, the instructions li r0, __got2_entries <at> sectoff <at> l
loads a wrong value in RO or mtctr does not load the value into ctr.
If I continue running from FLASH, the instructions work. In this
prototype we are running in Little endian byte ordering due a error
design. Can be a problem?

If anyone knows somethign about it, please.
Jerry Van Baren | 3 Dec 15:23 2001

Re: [Ppcboot-users] Test

Works in Michigan, USA. :-)

gvb

At 12:00 PM 12/3/2001 +0100, Wolfgang Denk wrote:
>Sorry, just a test - I haven't seen any message  for  3  days,  which
>never happened before...
>
>Wolfgang Denk
>
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>Software Engineering:  Embedded and Realtime Systems,  Embedded Linux
>Phone: (+49)-8142-4596-87  Fax: (+49)-8142-4596-88  Email: wd <at> denx.de
>Why is an average signature file longer than an average Perl script??
>
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Navin Boppuri | 3 Dec 21:45 2001

RE: [Ppcboot-users] Running error after realocating code

It looks like RAM initialization stuff to me. Look at the UPM RAM Words.
I would suggest turning off burst mode initially and try to get it
running. Do you have SDRAM or DRAM on ur board?

Navin.

-----Original Message-----
From: OTAVIO ISAMU SUGENO OTAVIO [mailto:otavio.sugeno <at> siemens.com.br]
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 7:43 AM
To: ppcboot-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Ppcboot-users] Running error after realocating code

Hi everybody,

can anyone explain me why after realocationg code to RAM (relocate_code
function) I do not get running ppcboot anymore. The assembler
instructions does not work or works wrong. For example in in_ram
function, the instructions li r0, __got2_entries <at> sectoff <at> l loads a wrong
value in RO or mtctr does not load the value into ctr.
If I continue running from FLASH, the instructions work. 
In this prototype we are running in Little endian byte ordering due a
error design. Can be a problem?

If anyone knows somethign about it, please.

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Jerry Van Baren | 3 Dec 22:38 2001

Re: [Ppcboot-users] Test

Hmmm, I'm not sure.  I am on the linuxppc-embedded list too, and the two 
lists tend to merge together in my recollections.  I've been deleting email 
madly (I was out of the office last week) so I don't have much history 
left.  I see a bunch of linuxppc-embedded messages, but I don't see any 
ppcboot-users messages in the stuff I have left.  I do have some messages 
in the last three days...

Your message from Friday...

To: Alex Zeffertt <ajz <at> cambridgebroadband.com>
Cc: ppcboot-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Ppcboot-users] How do I boot linux using PCMCIA flash card as 
root FS
From: Wolfgang Denk <wd <at> denx.de>
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 21:27:46 +0100
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probably not a fair message, since it just came in...

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Andrew Dixon | 4 Dec 16:12 2001

[Ppcboot-users] sbc8260

Hi All,

I'm trying to put ppcboot onto an sbc8260 from windriver.  I was
wondering if there's any documentation on that subject anywhere.  

I'm specifically trying to figure out where the best place to put the
ppcboot is.  It looks like most people are burning it into the ROM on
that board.  Is that a good assumption to start with?

Thanks,
Andy
Wolfgang Denk | 4 Dec 16:31 2001
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Re: [Ppcboot-users] sbc8260

Dear Andrew,

in message <3C0CE7D2.2F408711 <at> seranoa.com> you wrote:
> 
> I'm trying to put ppcboot onto an sbc8260 from windriver.  I was
> wondering if there's any documentation on that subject anywhere.  

There is the README file for general configuration  issues,  and  the
SBC8260  config  file  (include/config_sbc8260.h)  for  board specific
things.

> I'm specifically trying to figure out where the best place to put the
> ppcboot is.  It looks like most people are burning it into the ROM on
> that board.  Is that a good assumption to start with?

The default configuration uses the 4 MB flash SIMM  as  boot  device,
and this is where you will put PPCBoot.

Works fine here, including Linux :-)

Wolfgang Denk

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Wolfgang Denk | 4 Dec 16:31 2001
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Re: [Ppcboot-users] sbc8260

Dear Andrew,

in message <3C0CE7D2.2F408711 <at> seranoa.com> you wrote:
> 
> I'm trying to put ppcboot onto an sbc8260 from windriver.  I was
> wondering if there's any documentation on that subject anywhere.  

There is the README file for general configuration  issues,  and  the
SBC8260  config  file  (include/config_sbc8260.h)  for  board specific
things.

> I'm specifically trying to figure out where the best place to put the
> ppcboot is.  It looks like most people are burning it into the ROM on
> that board.  Is that a good assumption to start with?

The default configuration uses the 4 MB flash SIMM  as  boot  device,
and this is where you will put PPCBoot.

Works fine here, including Linux :-)

Wolfgang Denk

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Software Engineering:  Embedded and Realtime Systems,  Embedded Linux
Phone: (+49)-8142-4596-87  Fax: (+49)-8142-4596-88  Email: wd <at> denx.de
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you're talking about.                             -- John von Neumann

Gmane