I'm trying to load a new kernel since I made some changes.
So after I save my new configurations (make config) I compile it (make)
then on a separate teminal window I set up picocom and boot my leopard board. I stop it before autoboot completes.
picocom v1.4port is : /dev/ttyUSB0flowcontrol : nonebaudrate is : 115200parity is : nonedatabits are : 8escape is : C-anoinit is : nonoreset is : yesnolock is : yessend_cmd is : ascii_xfr -s -v -l10receive_cmd is : rz -vvTerminal readyDM36x initialization passed!UBL customized by RidgeRunTI UBL Version: 1.50Booting Catalog Boot LoaderBootMode = NANDStarting NAND Copy...Valid magicnum, 0xA1ACED66, found in block 0x00000004. DONEJumping to entry point at 0x81080000.U-Boot customized by RidgeRunU-Boot 1.3.4-svn66 (Nov 27 2010 - 20:05:46)I2C: readyDRAM: 128 MBNAND: NAND device: Manufacturer ID: 0x2c, Chip ID: 0xda (Micron NAND 256MiB 3,3V 8-bit)Bad block table not found for chip 0Bad block table not found for chip 0nand_bbt: Error while writing bad block table -5256 MiBIn: serialOut: serialErr: serialEthernet PHY: GENERIC @ 0x00Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0 DM365 LEOPARD # Skipping tty reset...Thanks for using picocom
Now I go to the first terminal window and run make install and it seems to work but it stops arbitrarily. in the paste below I seemed to get pretty far until it got stuck yet again.
Any ideas on what I need to do?
also any ideas why my leopardboard prompt ends with a # instead of a :> ?
Below is the last attempt at loading the kernel.
:~/work/leo365$ make install Ridgerun Linux SDK Board configuration: Leopard Board DM365
Installation system of uboot images over serial port /dev/ttyUSB0 Please be sure u-boot is running on port /dev/ttyUSB0 and none process (like minicom) is using it u-boot port /dev/ttyUSB0 Performing handshake with u-boot... Trying to identify NAND block size... detected 0x20000 Verifying if file system needs to be installed... File system doesn't needs to be loaded Verifying if kernel command line needs to be installed... Kernel command line doesn't need to be installed Verifying if the boot command needs to be installed... Boot command doesn't need to be installed Verifying if kernel needs to be installed... Loading Kernel image... Uboot <= loady 0x82000000Sending: kernel.uImageYmodem sectors/kbytes sent: 29095/3636kRetry 0: Timeout on sector ACKRetry 0: Timeout on sector ACK