tliu at ict.ac.cn
Tue Nov 23 14:46:54 EST 1999
Thanks for your advice.
The bootloader that I am using with vxWorks uses FTP but not TFTP.
And I don't have the source code of that bootloader. I think there
are maybe some problems to use it download and boot linux. So I hope
to find a TFTP source code and program a bootloader by myself.
Of course, if anybody has a presented bootloader source code,
Dan Malek wrote:
> LiuTao wrote:
> > ........ The board
> > is running well with vxWorks now.
> > I want to make a bootloader on the board.
> How do you load vxWorks? I have worked on several vxWorks projects,
> and all of the systems had the vxWorks TFTP loader in the rom. Use
> the same thing (whatever that is) to load the Linux/PPC image.
> The zImage is linked such that you can just treat it as a bag o' bits
> to dump into memory. Even with non-standard boot loaders, all you
> need to do is write a simple program to strip the 64K ELF header, place
> your own header on the top, make sure it gets loaded above 0x180000
> and jump to the start of the image.
> -- Dan
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