[U-Boot-Users] Doubt on Kernel Linking
wd at denx.de
Fri May 23 14:07:25 CEST 2003
In message <006f01c3218b$b58a0d00$6706a8c0 at SPLENDOR> you wrote:
> The RAM memroy map as seen with the "bdinfo" command in u-boot says..
> 0x00000000 to 0x00800000.
These are physical addresses.
> I'm trying to boot linux kernel ( linux-2.4.4-2002-10-06 from DENX) on
> my board.
> By default , the kernel is build at 0xC0000000. (This memory is not
> mapped by u-boot).
This is a virtual address.
> Do I have to change the kernel linking to a address that is within,
> 0x00000000 and 0x00800000 ?
No. You MUST NOT change the Linux kernel, or it will break.
Physical and virtual addresses are completely different beasts.
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