[U-Boot-Users] u-boot on Memec P4/7-FG456 (w/ virtex II pro)?
smith at amirix.com
Fri Jul 18 15:33:09 CEST 2003
If memory serves me correctly, I was able to get PPCBoot 2.0.0 running on
that very board with relatively little effort. I based it on the ML2
that was already in there. It was just a proof of concept exercise so
I didn't do anything with the flash or Ethernet (on the P160 comm module).
Basically got it up to the command prompt and that was that.
I was also able to get PPCBoot 2.0.0 (yes, I know :-) running on our
own V2Pro board (http://www.amirix.com/images/PCIPlatform.pdf) with
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> Subject: [U-Boot-Users] u-boot on Memec P4/7-FG456 (w/ virtex II pro)?
> has anyone done any u-boot porting work for the
> Memec Virtex-II Pro P4/7-FG456 evaluation board?
> as you can see from the link below this is a
> development board which has the Virtex-II Pro
> (w/ single 405GP core) along with SDRAM, NV
> stroage via compact flash, and so forth.
> we are considering using this board as an R&D
> platfrom for an upcoming project.
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