[U-Boot-Users] Problem uncompressing kernel image

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Fri Feb 25 21:07:47 CET 2005

In message <2D9AB865A49FD511914700105A0EF67901C6F271 at morse.smart.lfk.eads.net> you wrote:
> I now have U-Boot running fine on my self designed, PPC603e-based
> board.


> First, I start U-Boot from flash memory, located at 0xff800000. 
> After it runs, I load the kernel multi-image to RAM, which is located
> from
> 0x00000000 to 0x007fefff, at address 0x00600000.

Do you really have less than 8 MB of RAM? You will have  hard  times
of getting Linux to run...

> Using the 'imi 0x00600000'-command, i get the output:
> => imi 0x00600000

0x00600000 = 6 MB... Try a higher load  address  (assuming  you  have
enough RAM).

> What could be the problem?
> I calculated the sizes and i am _nearly_ sure, that nothing is
> overwritten.

I'm not. Get more RAM.

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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