[U-Boot-Users] Uboot Netconsole support
wd at denx.de
Wed Dec 22 12:06:16 CET 2004
In message <000e01c4e807$fc2ed800$4501a8c0 at bgcw301> you wrote:
> The next alternative is Ethernet. I had downloaded uboot ver 1.1.1 but I
> am not able to find Readme.Netconsole in the doc directory. Does uboot
> 1.1.1 provide support for Netconsole? Are there any patches available
As you already found out it does not contain this feature.
> for uboot to run Netconsole?
No, ther eare no patches. There is a current version (top of CVS)
which includes this so no patches are needed.
> Also we have a requirement to put log messages on Ethernet (on uboot
> also). These messages must be put very early, even before the IP comes
What exactly do you mean "before the IP comes up"?
> up. Is our requirement possible by using the current uboot as is or do
> we have to modify the uboot code for the changes?
You have to explain what you want to do in such a way that we can
> A trivial issue,
> 1) I went thro uboot.sourceforge.net, there was uboot ver1.0 only
The page reads: "Crunched and crypted init procedure to protect linux
server." This is something else - a completely different project
unrelated to "Das U-Boot".
> 2) I went to the sourceforge site thro denx.de site and got uboot, the
> version shown is uboot1.1.1.(activity percentile 98.3%)
> Why is this difference? What is the latest version of uboot released and
> where can I get it?
These are two completely different projects. If you actually READ a
bit on the web pages you jump to you might learn the difference.
The last officially released version of U-Boot can be found on the
web page at SF: it's U-Boot-1.1.1; the current development verion
(1.1.2) is available on the CVS server at SF.
And all of this is information is available by reading a bit on the
SF web page and in the mailing list archives.
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