[U-Boot-Users] Why my image isn't boot?
wd at denx.de
Wed Apr 9 10:00:37 CEST 2003
In message <014901c2feb4$185ece70$fe02a8c0 at esd11> you wrote:
> Thanks for your help,
> But when I follow your step, after bootm, u-boot complain that :
> => loadb 0xa0008000
> ## Ready for binary (kermit) download to 0xA0008000 at 115200 bps...
> ## Total Size = 0x000c14aa = 791722 Bytes
> ## Start Addr = 0xA0008000
> => bootm 0xa0008000
> ## Booting image at a0008000 ...
> Image Name: U-boot Linux
> Image Type: ARM Linux Kernel Image (gzip compressed)
> Data Size: 791658 Bytes = 773.1 kB
> Load Address: a0008000
> Entry Point: a0008000
> Verifying Checksum ... OK
> Uncompressing Kernel Image ... Error: inflate() returned -3
> GUNZIP ERROR - must RESET board to recover
> reseting ...
> what should I do?
Fix your image. The addrress where it is stored in RAM (as used by "
bootm 0xa0008000" must be different from the "Load Address: a0008000"
and "Entry Point: a0008000" values, or it will overwerite itself when
it gets uncompressed.
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What about WRITING it first and rationalizing it afterwords? :-)
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