[U-Boot-Users] PhyCore Board
wd at denx.de
Wed May 24 18:29:59 CEST 2006
In message <20060524131021.89750.qmail at web30603.mail.mud.yahoo.com> you wrote:
> I am using PhyCore board with ARM7TDMI. U-boot is working properly for this board when i did is all the required changes for this board in u-boot.
Contgratulations. Then you are done with modifying U-Boot.
> I wanna run the uClinux on this board. I just want to know about the entry-point in linux from u-boot. I am looking in the file lib/armlinux.c.
> Where can i get the information about the booting of uClinux on Phytec board. What all changes do i need to do in u-boot fot booting linux on this board.
You got this wrong. You don't modify U-Boot to boot Linux, it's the
other way round. You have to port Linux to your hardware. When this
has been done, U-Boot can be used to load and start the kernel.
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