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Re: about porting ecos in S3C4510B development board
- From: Jonathan Larmour <jifl at eCosCentric dot com>
- To: ying_hu at alliedtelesyn dot com
- Cc: ecos-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 04:45:05 +0000
- Subject: Re: [ECOS] about porting ecos in S3C4510B development board
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Hu Ying wrote:
I just started working on porting eCos on my S3C4510B based development
board which uses S3C4510B, 16MByte SDRAM, 2MByte Flash (AM29LV160).
I tried to build a Redboot based the SNDS100 package provided in eCos.
But haven't succeeded :-(. I modified hal_arm_snds.cdl, the
mlt_arm_snds_ram/rom.h/ldi, but I could see anything from the Hyperterminal.
Please drop me somp advice.
Please describe in more details the steps you took so we can tell you if
you took a wrong turning. In particular did you remember to import the .ecm
file? Since you ask:
Do I need to include Flash driver for Redboot?
There is no flash driver for the SNDS, sorry.
How should I set the
serial port if I want to use the Hyperterminal with my ARM board? shall I
choose S3C4510A or KS32C5000A?
Depends what's fitted, the closest would be S3C4510A. It's possible that
there's a difference between the A and B revisions - you'd need to see the
documentation for the chips to find out for sure. The B may just be an
errata fix version of the chip.
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