Kernel 2.6 configuration
rodolfo at lesc.ufc.br
Sat Mar 1 08:28:49 EST 2008
As Grant Likely said I downloaded the last release of linux kernel
(2.6.24). How can I configure the kernel for XUP v II P ? Which are the
minimal required configuration for a simple test? I just want to check if
the ppc405 is booting the kernel image.
On Mon, 25 Feb 2008 13:05:19 -0700, "Grant Likely"
<grant.likely at secretlab.ca> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 12:05 PM, rodolfo <rodolfo at lesc.ufc.br> wrote:
>> Hey everybody,
>> I'm in trouble;
>> 1) The EDK flow: I set the OS in the Software Plataform Settings to
>> linux_2_6 version 1.00.a. after that, in OS and Library section I have
>> fill out the fields "memory size" , "connected_periphs" , "ramdisk
>> ... ? How would I do it ?
>> 2) Do I place xparametera_ml300.h in
>> ? if not where?
> You should download a current release of the linux kernel. Don't use
> the one that comes with ELDK.
> in arch/ppc/platforms/4xx/xparameters/xparameters_ml403.h. If you're
> using the ml403 reference design, it is already there. If you're
> using a custom design then you'll need to replace it.
> See here for hints:
>> 3) I downloaded "ppc-2006-01-11.iso" from denx (ELDK) website and I'm
>> trying to follow their instructions for ppc 4xx plataform.
>> [ website: http://www.denx.de/wiki/view/DULG/ELDK ]
> This is an old release of ELDK. You should probably move up to a more
> recent release.
>> In /opt/ELDK/ppc_4xx/usr/src/u-boot-1.1.4/ I do:
>> "make distclen" and "make ml300_config" are ok! After "make all" in
>> got an error:
>> a - ppc_longjmp.o
>> a - ppc_setjmp.o
>> a - stubs.o
>> make: *** No rules for processing the target `hello_world.srec',
>> by `all'. Stop. --> note: "TRANSLATION FROM PORTUGESE"
>> make: Exiting `/opt/ELDK/ppc_4xx/usr/src/u-boot-1.1.4/examples'
>> make: ** [examples] Error 2
> You're using an ancient copy of u-boot that breaks with certain
> versions of the 'make' program. You should try using a recent release
> of u-boot. Alternately, you can hack the u-boot makefile to not build
> the examples directory.
> Grant Likely, B.Sc., P.Eng.
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