[U-Boot-Users] Problem with IXDP425 board.

Herb Radford herbr at magma.ca
Wed Jan 12 02:00:55 CET 2005

I've been trying to get u-boot running on an Intel IXDP425 board.
I used the default configuration from include/configs/ixdp425.h and 
compiled u-boot 1.1.2 with no problem. I use an Abatron BDI2000 to flash 
the image to the flash on the board and "reset" then do a "go". The board 
starts and displays the string "u-boot 1.1.2 (date time)" and then stops 
with a data access exception. When I do my usual binary chop through the 
code, I find the code dies in the second "printf" statement. When I explore 
this in more detail, I find the code causes a data access exception in some 
code from libgcc1. I'm at home now and I've forgotten the exact procedure 
but it's code that does NOT look like IXP425 code (take it from an OLD 
assembler coder). part way through the code while single-stepping, the 
exception reported by the BDI2000 is no longer ARM, it becomes THUMB!
Is there some problem with ELDK3.1 (GCC 3.3.3) or is there something I 
should change in the ixdp425.h file to correct this?

Regards, Herb
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