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In that case, the following is how to program these files and not overwrite the partition table on the device.
We assume that the files exist on a SD card. In addition you may wish to write a filesystem image to the device, so an example is also provided. In this case however, you must first run loaduimagefat or loaduimage to first load the kernel into memory.
For the exact details of each use printenv on the mmcboot, loaduimagefat and loaduimage variables and then in turn printenv other sub-sections of the command. The most important variables here are mmcroot and mmcrootfstype.
To do this, some u-boot files need to be modified. To do this, perform the following steps: The configuration changes are: The boot partition must contain the following images: Optionally, in order to enter into U-Boot, reset the board while keeping 'c' key on the serial terminal pressed.
When falcon mode is enabled in U-Boot build usually enabled by defaultMLO checks if there is a valid uImage present at a defined offset. If uImage is present, it is booted directly. If it fails, it falls back to booting u-boot.
The falcon boot uses uImage. There are two ways to store the binaries in the SD resp. At this time, no special builds of U-Boot are required to perform these operations on the supported hardware. Finally, for simplicity we assume the files are being loaded from an SD card.
Using the network interface if applicable is documented above. We load all files from an SD card in this example but they can just as easily be loaded via network documented above or other interface that exists. At this time the SPI mtd partition map has not yet been updated to include an example location for the device tree.
From the U-Boot build, the u-boot-spi. We load the file from a tftp server via netowrk in this example. For the exact details of each use printenv on the spiboot variable and then in turn printenv other sub-sections of the command.
The most important variables here are spiroot and spirootfstype.
For simplicity we assume the files are being loaded from an SD card. Writing MLO and u-boot. Make sure dfu-util tool is installed. Using dfu-util utilities to flash the binares to QSPI flash. The following example uses the partition table found in the kernel.
If valid uImage is not found, MLO falls back to booting u-boot. Refer the "Memory Layout" section for offset details. Build the kernel uImage.
From the U-Boot build the u-boot. The table below lists builds that see NOR and in some cases also use theit for the environment instead of the default, which typically is NAND.
From the U-Boot build, the u-boot. At this time the NOR mtd partition map has not yet been updated to include an example location for the device tree. After that the user is expected to know how they want to continue loading files. SPL in turn expects to be sent u-boot.
To reference a particular partition a user will reference it the part number shown above. However, the proper commands to use depend on the filesystem type each partition have been formatted to. The values under the Type column are referred to as partition id.
Depending on the partition id will dedicate which commands to use to read and write partition. Partition id of "0c" refers to a FAT32 partition. Partition id of "83" refers to a native Linux file system which ext2,ext3 and ext4 fall under.Please note as of Wednesday, August 15th, this wiki has been set to read only.
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