[U-Boot-Users] Uboot Splash Screen

Roger Williamson Williamson.Roger at orbital.com
Tue Sep 18 21:28:21 CEST 2007

Right... The arcitecture is arm, the module is a PXA270.  The odd bit about
this whole mess is that the 'board' is actually a business-card sized board
which we plug into our main-board.  That is a CCXP270 by Digi
International.  They shipped us the development environment which included
some version of U-boot vintage 2005.  Since this is almost certainly an
out-of-date version of U-boot, should I update my Uboot to the most recent

Anyway, here's the config file: (man it's huge)

(See attached file: ccxp.h)

Roger Williamson
Orbital TMS -- Colombia
CE Software Engineer
(443) 259-7320

On 9/18/07, Roger Williamson <Williamson.Roger at orbital.com> wrote:
> Fellow U-booters,
>       I've run into an issue with my uboot, I want to display a bitmap
> image when the system boots; however, all the screen does at startup is
> fade from white to black and back until the OS boots up.  I'm currently
> using an LCD screen with a resolution of 640x480 (landscape) in 8 bit
> and I have a bitmap with the same dimentions 640*480*8 loaded into the
> memory at the microcontroller's recommended memory address, and I have
> bitmap image converted into a header file and used as the bmp_logo.h
>       Unfortunately, the modifications I've made don't seems to change
> fact that the screen just fades from white to black and back, or really
> fast the screen does so--the image I'm using is mostly white with some
> text.

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