motorola lopec mpc7410
trini at kernel.crashing.org
Fri Nov 15 04:35:07 EST 2002
On Thu, Nov 14, 2002 at 10:02:13AM -0700, Tom Armistead wrote:
> > On Thu, Nov 14, 2002 at 04:50:34PM +0800, ???? wrote:
> > > I'm porting mvista linux 2.1 for the motorola lopec mpc7410 board.And I noticed that there are some differences between the board version described by mvista and motorola.Also,the version of PPCBug is different.I'm wondering why?
> > For support for an MontaVista product, please contact your mvista sales
> > rep (or perhaps your manager knows) to find out how to contact support.
> > Having said that, I _believe_ the LoPEC I have running right now has
> > PPC6Bug, so perhaps you should contact Motorola to find out how to
> > upgrade the firmware.
> PPC5Bug is the firmware for Lopec. The last released version for Lopec is PPC5Bug 1.4 RM02 but it is unlikely that upgrading the firmware (from 1.3) would have any effect on the described problem. I don't know much about Linux but my
> guess is that something is misconfigured in your kernel (console IO would be the first thing I'd check...).
Well, if he is using the MVista supplied LSP, the config should be
correct, as it was tested on a similar machine at mvista. What changed
from PPC5Bug 1.3 to 1.4? There is a general reliance on the lopec for
the firmware to have set things up correctly, so if there was some
critical fix in 1.4, that might explain it.
> The PPC6Bug series was for the Hawk based products (MCPN765, MVME5100, PPMC750, etc..). I don't think any version of PPC6Bug will work at all on Lopec.
My memory has been, and will continue to be wrong on occasions. Thanks.
Tom Rini (TR1265)
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