[U-Boot-Users] does u-boot support 4kec now?
zzh.hust at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 03:18:54 CEST 2005
i see that in u-boot /cpu directory, there are several directories for
arm,like arm920t,arm720t,etc.but for mips i only find a mips
directory. does it means that the start.S under /cpu/mips/ is run for
several mips cores, like 4kc, au1100,etc.
if i port u-boot to 4kec, need i make a new directory in /cpu or just
modify the old start.S in /cpu/mips/?
and i wonder how difficult to port u-boot to 4kec,because i must
finish it by the deadline,has someone succeeded in porting u-boot to
On 7/11/05, Andrew Dyer <amdyer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Probably not a complete rewrite (most MIPS cpus after the R4000 are
> pretty similar), but you'll need to understand the 4kec coprocessor,
> caches, and tlb well enough to check that what's in start.S is correct
> for your core.
> On 7/11/05, zhuzhenhua <zzh.hust at gmail.com> wrote:
> > To port u-boot on 4kec, need i wirte start.S by myself?
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