[U-Boot-Users] Linux for the MPC5200...
wd at denx.de
Mon Nov 17 09:00:06 CET 2003
In message <Law10-F110B0Xn2Pi1Y00000617 at hotmail.com> you wrote:
> I see that the Motorola 5200Lite eval board has been added to u-boot and
> that DENX is providing a Linux kernel for the MPC5200.
> What bits are required to get to the next step? I am very interested in the
> IDE port on the 5200Lite. Is it supported? Would a full 603e Linux
IDE is working - a long as you don't try to enable DMA. We are
working on this.
> (Yellowdog?) work once the 5200 kernel was up?
I don't know if the YD installer would work on a 5200; I doubt it.
But if you attach a harddisk with YDL already on it and configured
correctly (serial console only, no Mac-specific hardware) it should
> What I would really like is to get the 5200lite up as a full, self-hosted,
> PowerPC Linux development system.
You already get this using the ELDK (which is based on YDL, btw.).
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