[U-Boot-Users] Where does u-boot start when booting Linux?

Allen Curtis acurtis at onz.com
Tue Oct 14 22:33:32 CEST 2003

> > Thanks for the info. It has pointed me in a new direction. The problem I
> > am having is the serial baud-rate is fine in u-boot but wrong when the
> > kernel boots. Perhaps the clock dividers are setup differently by u-boot
> > than expected by the 8260 implementation?
> Perhaps you don;t pass the baud-rate  to  the  kernel?  Did  you  try
> passing something like "console=ttyS0,$(baudrate)" ?

I tried:
setenv bootargs root=/dev/nfs rw console=ttyS0,115200
tftpboot 100000 /tftpboot/mpc8266.uImage
bootm 100000

When Linux boots it just prints "." instead of text.

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