[U-Boot-Users] Support on TI's OMAP 1510/161x

Woodruff, Richard r-woodruff2 at ti.com
Tue Jun 17 21:50:07 CEST 2003


I've got it running for a custom 1510 based board for a project I'm working
on.  I know others in TI are getting it running on the 161x platforms.  Work
is preliminary and I'm not sure which version will end up being merged back
into the main u-boot tree.

The 1510 has an ARM925T which from a u-boot point of view is slightly
different from the ARM920T code which can be found in the existing u-boot
tree (they both are however ARMv4).  As far as the DSP goes, the code I'll
end up using won't do much except boot the DSP into idle mode.  The DSP is
more or less a slave to the ARM core so its really the OS's job to do
anything with the DSP...my opinion.

The 16xx uses an ARM926EJ core which is (ARMv5) so its code should look a
bit more different....mainly because the peripheral set and clocking is
slightly different.

If you are in a rush to get going I can likely give you a zip of what I've
done....My code is for MY platform NOT the standard development board
Innovator.  I might move the code to Innovator, but it wouldn't be for
several months....I think others here at TI will have something sooner than


Richard W.

-----Original Message-----
From: Debbie Xu [mailto:dxu at intrinsyc.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 1:02 PM
To: u-boot-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [U-Boot-Users] Support on TI's OMAP 1510/161x


Is there any existing support at U-boot for Texas Instrument's OMAP 
1510/1610/1611 chips? It inludes an ARM9 core which I believe is supported 
at U-Boot already. And it also includes a TMS320C55x core. is there any 
development undergoing for the TMS320C55x core supoprt?


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