[U-Boot-Users] Can I use kermit to download u-boot image to RAM
pharaoh137 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 09:12:34 CET 2007
Oops....I meant downloading to RAM. Thanks.
On 3/12/07, Wolfgang Denk <wd at denx.de> wrote:
> In message <61445c750703112343p22ce167r35e54aab3433ab38 at mail.gmail.com> you
> > As per my understanding the FAQ talks about loading u-boot to RAM when
> > another boot loader is already there in on the board. And it gives
> No. It talks about if U-Boot can be configured such that it can be
> started in RAM, no matter if you start it from a BMD/JTAG debugger or
> a primary bootstrap loader or another boot loader.
> > reasons why it wont work, but in my case it is a virgin board, no boot
> > loader is available.
> That's exactly the situation the FAQ is about.
> > Assuming the above explaination applies to virgin boards too, I gather
> > there is no way I can downlaod the image of u-boot to RAM and make it
> > run without ever burning it to RAM. Correct me if I am assuming too
> > much.
> Burning to RAM? I'can't parse that.
> Best regards,
> Wolfgang Denk
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