[U-Boot-Users] porting u-boot for new board
wd at denx.de
Sun Dec 5 10:59:47 CET 2004
in message <41B2C08F.70308 at GameBox.net> you wrote:
> I want to port u-boot on our company new board.
> I request you to find me a closer matching board,
You should ne aware that all replies you may get can only be as good
as the information you provide.
> My board's specs are :
These are not "specs". This is a useless summary.
> CPU is MPC 8260
==> So you can use any 8260 baed board. Just search the Makefile for
> 4MB Flash at cs0
> 128MB SDRAM at cs1
> 512K DPRAM at cs2
> 512 NVRAM at cs3
You don't bother to mention anything about chip types, bus width, or
any other relevant parameters. All boards have flash and RAM, so you
can use any one as model.
> ARINC 429 at cs4
That's a databus protocol, not any type of chip.
> DDC 1553 at cs5
As far as I know, DDC is a mnaufacturer and "1553" is probably
MIL-STD-1553; there are several chips around to support this.
> uart at smc1
Standard for 8260.
> No PCI Bus.
Of course not, as there is no PCI controller on the 8260.
> I request your help in proving some pointers for porting u-boot for
> this type of board.
Such help is impossible, as your did not provide any useful
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