What kinds of patching did you have to do in the source code except for the
MIPS endian-registers? I've made such changes plus little-endian-fied the
build scripts/linker scripts/makefile/etc. but haven't yet had u-boot working.
I'm assuming that outside of the bootstrapping, the code is endian-independant.
Am I wrong?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Ed Okerson
> Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 1:15 PM
> To: Clem Taylor
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: initial bootstrap and jtag
> I use the BDI-2000 for an AU1500 based board. For the boot
> loader I found
> u-boot to be very functional. It did require a bit of
> patching to handle
> the Au1500 in little endian mode, but since that is now done
> works great.
> Ed Okerson
> > We are finishing up the design of our new Au1550 based board. I was
> > wondering if someone could recommend an ejtag wiggler. I need
> > something that has full linux host support, is good enough
> to flash a
> > bootloader and do some minimal debug while getting the board support
> > working. Looking over the list some people seem to be using the
> > Abatron BDI 2000 and others are using the Macraigor mpDemon. What do
> > you guys recommend?
> > This is my first time doing embedded linux, but I've done
> quite a bit
> > with DSPs (written bootloaders, flash programmers, etc). I was
> > wondering how people go about bootstrapping new Au1xxx
> systems. Who is
> > responsible for configuring the PLL or SDRAM enough to allow code to
> > be loaded into SDRAM? Are bootloaders like YAMON position
> > to run out of SDRAM?
> > Thanks,
> > Clem