Shawn | 1 Jul 01:02 2004
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Re: Debugging u-boot goes to 0x70c (Program exception)

> > (gdb) b flash_init
> > Breakpoint 2 at 0x7fe1254: file flash.c, line 126.
> 
> Why don't you  just  set  a  single  (hardware)  breakpoint  at  this
> address,  and then let the system boot without any additional messing
> with the debug state?

Yeah. It works as you said. Somehow I had such impression to do some
tricky steps to make gdb stop at wherever I want. :P

Thanks,
-Shawn.

		
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Shawn | 1 Jul 01:09 2004
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Re: System hangs when Linux is loaded

> I have a Walnut board with ppc405. I have manged to install u-boot on
> the 
> board. I can download linux image (I am using Monta Vista one) too. But
> when 
> I tried to use "bootm", the system hanged after showing
> "## Transferring control to Linux (at address 00000000) ..."

It could be clocks_in_mhz that causes the problem if you're using kernel
older than 2.4.11 if I'm not mistaken.

-Shawn.

		
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Frank Young | 1 Jul 01:15 2004
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Re: System hangs when Linux is loaded

Hi Shawn,

So what is the solution?

BTW, I am using 2.4.18.

Thanks a lot!

Frank

>From: Shawn <shawnxtech <at> yahoo.com>
>To: Frank Young <young726 <at> hotmail.com>, wd <at> denx.de,  
>u-boot-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: Re: [U-Boot-Users] System hangs when Linux is loaded
>Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 16:09:12 -0700 (PDT)
>
> > I have a Walnut board with ppc405. I have manged to install u-boot on
> > the
> > board. I can download linux image (I am using Monta Vista one) too. But
> > when
> > I tried to use "bootm", the system hanged after showing
> > "## Transferring control to Linux (at address 00000000) ..."
>
>It could be clocks_in_mhz that causes the problem if you're using kernel
>older than 2.4.11 if I'm not mistaken.
>
>-Shawn.
>
>
>
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Wolfgang Denk | 1 Jul 01:21 2004
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Re: System hangs when Linux is loaded

In message <BAY2-F16fNtS5kJla9G0001ed04 <at> hotmail.com> you wrote:
> 
> I have a Walnut board with ppc405. I have manged to install u-boot on the 
> board. I can download linux image (I am using Monta Vista one) too. But when 
> I tried to use "bootm", the system hanged after showing
> "## Transferring control to Linux (at address 00000000) ..."
> 
> The following is the dump of serial console output. The uImage-uncomp is the 
> uncompressed linux image created with tools/mkimage, as explained in README 
> file. Does anyone have the same problem?

Which problem? Not reading the FAQ section of the DULG?

Yes, this seems to be a fairly common problem, but I have no idea how
to fix it.

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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Wolfgang Denk | 1 Jul 01:24 2004
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Re: System hangs when Linux is loaded

In message <BAY2-F17epDI8NFr9oD0005e82d <at> hotmail.com> you wrote:
> 
> So what is the solution?

RTFM.

Wolfgang Denk

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Shawn | 1 Jul 02:24 2004
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write_via_fpu() doesn't work?

Hi,

I'm debugging the flash_init(), which is ported from SL8245. Through the
following three lines of code, it always gets wrong result.
	write_via_fpu (&addr[0xaaa8], precmd0);
	write_via_fpu (&addr[0x5550], precmd1);
	write_via_fpu (&addr[0xaaa8], cmdid);

But if I manually write to flash via BDI, it always returns correct
result. Doesn't write_via_fpu() work?

(gdb) n
137                     write_via_fpu (&addr[0xaaa8], cmdid);
(gdb) n
139                     DEBUGF ("Flash bank # %d:\n"
(gdb) p *addr
$6 = 0xffffffff
(gdb) mon mmd 0xff80aaa8 000000aa000000aa
(gdb) mon mmd 0xff805550 0000005500000055
(gdb) mon mmd 0xff80aaa8 0000009000000090
(gdb) mon mdd 0xff800000
ff800000 : 0000000100000001  ........
ff800008 : 2222227e2222227e  """~"""~

Thanks,
-Shawn.

		
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Shawn | 1 Jul 03:11 2004
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Re: write_via_fpu() doesn't work?

OK, I found the reason. 

> I'm debugging the flash_init(), which is ported from SL8245. Through
> the
> following three lines of code, it always gets wrong result.
> 	write_via_fpu (&addr[0xaaa8], precmd0);
> 	write_via_fpu (&addr[0x5550], precmd1);
> 	write_via_fpu (&addr[0xaaa8], cmdid);

It should be 0x2aaa because the pointer is long type.

-Shawn.

		
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Shawn | 1 Jul 03:46 2004
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eepro100 driver is compatible with Intel 82551ER controller?

Hi,

Does anybody know that the eepro100 driver in u-boot is compatible with
Intel 82551ER fast ethernet controller?

From "Intel(R) 8255x 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Controller Family Open Source
Software Developer Manual", it seems compatible.

"This document is intended for use as a software technical reference
manual for the Intel® 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet controller family, which
includes the 82557, 82558, 82559, 82550, and 82551, as well as the 82562
Platform LAN Connect device. It also contains information for several PCI
LAN adapters based on these devices: Intel® EtherExpress™ PRO/100+,
Intel® EtherExpress™ PRO/100B Wake on LAN (WOL), Intel® EtherExpress™
PRO/100B, and Intel® EtherExpress™ PRO/10+."

Thanks,
-Shawn.

	
		
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Kögler Peter | 1 Jul 12:01 2004
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u-boot 1.1.1 does NOT work on at91rm9200

hi,
i try to run u-boot 1.1.1 on our custom-board, but it does not start at all.

Our board runs already with u-boot 0.4.0. We use an urloader to do basic
initialization and then unpack u-boot to ram. after u-boot we start linux.
every thing works. 

I transfered our board specific settings from the 0.4 u-boot to the 1.1
u-boot. But u-boot does not start at all.

does anybody had the same problem?

wbr
peter 

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Hamid IKDOUMI | 1 Jul 12:53 2004

RE: u-boot 1.1.1 does NOT work on at91rm9200

Hi,

I've build u_boot 1.1.1 for the at91rm9200dk board and it runs well.
Verify that TEXT_ADDR in board/at91rm9200dk/config.mk is compliant with your
load address in sdram.

Hamid

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Sent: jeudi 1 juillet 2004 12:01
To: 'u-boot-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net'
Subject: [U-Boot-Users] u-boot 1.1.1 does NOT work on at91rm9200

hi,
i try to run u-boot 1.1.1 on our custom-board, but it does not start at all.

Our board runs already with u-boot 0.4.0. We use an urloader to do basic
initialization and then unpack u-boot to ram. after u-boot we start linux.
every thing works.

I transfered our board specific settings from the 0.4 u-boot to the 1.1
u-boot. But u-boot does not start at all.

does anybody had the same problem?

wbr
peter
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