go -- Execute a program
go [-w timeout] [-c] [-n] [ start_address]
|-w timeout||Number||How long to wait before starting execution.||0|
|-c||Boolean||Go with caches enabled.||caches off|
|-n||Boolean||Go with network interface stopped.||network enabled|
|start_address||Number||Address in memory to begin execution.||Value set by last load or fis load command.|
The go command causes RedBoot to give control of the target platform to
another program. This program must execute stand alone, e.g. an eCos
application or a Linux kernel.
If the -w option is used, RedBoot will print a message and then
wait for a period of time before starting the execution. This is
most useful in a script, giving the user a chance to abort executing
a program and move on in the script.
Execute a program - no explicit output from RedBoot.
Execute a program with a timeout.
RedBoot> go -w 10
About to start execution at 0x00000000 - abort with ^C within 10 seconds
Note that the starting address was implied (0x00000000 in this example).
The user is prompted that execution will commence in 10 seconds. At
anytime within that 10 seconds the user may type Ctrl+C
on the console and RedBoot will abort execution and return for the next
command, either from a script or the console.