wd at denx.de
Wed Jul 28 17:21:58 CEST 2004
In message <20040728141843.871.qmail at web50503.mail.yahoo.com> you wrote:
> It appear that this address is not correct. (I have 852T Fads board).
It is absolutley correct. It is part of the design to set up a memory
> Original fads.h file had
> #define BCSR_ADDR ((uint) 0xFF080000)
> and I was getting sigabrt in serial.c (serial_init() call). Looking
> around I found another definition,
> #define BCSR_ADDR ((uint) 0x02100000)
Yes, this is for another of theinfinite number of possible memory
maps; in this case it's one which cannot work under Linux.
> Yesterday I change Flash to start from 0x40000000 and again I am
> getting sigabrt serial.c:serial_init() function. This time none of
> definitions are working (all get sigabrt)
In my opinion you are changing too many things that are wokring fine
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