[U-Boot] How do you print/view avaliable devices?
dbrazeau1024 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 17:57:30 CEST 2009
This is the command I try to execute in the U-boot console:
fatload xsa 0 0x1000000 /mnt-xsa/someprogram.img
** Invalid boot device **
Detlev Zundel wrote:
> Hi dbrazeau,
>> I am trying to run a standalone program from flash but I keep receiving
>> Invalid boot device ** when I attempt to load it into memory. I think
>> just using the wrong device number. I was wondering if there was any way
>> print the devices that U-boot can see, so I can figure out dev:part
>> of my onboard flash and compact flash.
> Not understanding a word what you wrote, I needed a grep -r to find the
> message you were referring to. Now it seems that you try some
> filesystem access and it does not work. Although I still have no clue if
> you use USB, IDE, ATA or whatever...
> May you please be so kind to show us what you try to do and what you
> would like to see instead? Actual session transcripts help a lot in
> such cases...
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