|Subject:||handling of s-record images by bootloader|
|From:||"atul srivastava" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||10 Jan 2003 10:14:03 -0000|
|Reply-to:||"atul srivastava" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Hello . A quick question..I have developed a primitive bootloader for custom board, that is successfuly doing the board bringup and loads linux os image
currently through serial link (kermit) only. network link is also likely to be up soon.but through serial it loads kernel image only in raw binary format.
now i want to extend this for s-record images as well..I am umware that, how differently s-record image need to be handled..?
i just need some idea or if possible any example code for that.. Best Reagards, Atul
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