U-Boot on EDB9312 (was: RE: [U-Boot-Users] Binary file cat)

Adam Bezanson bezanson at comcast.net
Fri Jul 30 18:41:18 CEST 2004

They weren't made public yet but I can certainly do so. I'll look to update
my tree to the latest CVS (it's been awhile) and provide Wolfgang with a
patch to incorporate into CVS.


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Subject: U-Boot on EDB9312 (was: RE: [U-Boot-Users] Binary file cat)

Hi Adam,

I've just read the message about your port of U-Boot for EP9312.
Next month I'll start to work on the EDB9312 evaluation board and I want to 
use U-Boot as bootloader.
As I don't want to reinvent the wheel, I was wondering if your patches were 
made publicly available. It seems they were not included in the CVS

Thanks in advance,

DAVE Electronics System House - R&D Department

>Thanks, I'll give that a try. I should have clarified "my processor" a
>little more. It's a Cirrus Logic EP9312 and yes indeed there is a boot
>rom internal to the processor that does these checks for a signature
>that I've put in this header. Essentially it's a way for it to determine
>if there's a valid image in flash to boot from, otherwise it tries to
>boot from other interfaces.
>I certainly didn't want to do a global change to a Makefile for
>something like this.

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