[U-Boot-Users] Porting u-boot to custom MPC852T board.

DavidHo at nanometrics.ca DavidHo at nanometrics.ca
Sat Nov 15 20:36:54 CET 2003

Thanks!  That was exactly the problem.  Burst mode is not working 100%.
Disabled Burst mode and everything ran smoothly. =)

David Ho

                    Wolfgang Denk                                                                  
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                    wd at denx.de           Subject:     Re: [U-Boot-Users] Porting u-boot to custom  
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                    05:09 AM                                                                       

Dear David,

in message <OF2B4ACBB0.E5841A39-ON85256DDF.00204F37 at nanometrics.ca> you
> I'm currently porting u-boot version 0.4.8 to our custom board running an
> MPC852T.  The processor is configured to high-boot at 0xfff00000.  U-boot
> is failing to execute any instructions in RAM after it has been

This is a FAQ. It has been asked - and answered! - many times  before
on the lists.

See http://www.denx.de/twiki/bin/view/DULG/UBootCrashAfterRelocation

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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