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authorGravatar Matt Weber <matthew.weber@rockwellcollins.com>2018-03-08 20:36:38 -0600
committerGravatar Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>2018-03-11 22:19:39 +0100
commitb98e5414133e032e4f3733c76823b61c4c2d197b (patch)
treed820f665ad673134423dc7f3386815dc548eec0f /board
parentfac1550c851a5a514ae29f16b423935ce45dcdb2 (diff)
configs/freescale_p1025twr_defconfig: new board
Replacing the p1010rdb, this board is based on the tower development system still available by NXP. The board is setup to track upstream Linux and has been bumped from 4.1 to 4.15 (compared to p1010). The target does not build uboot and assumes the user still uses the NXP suggested prebuilts in the SDK2.0 (last release for PowerPC). If a uboot is required, the source for SDK2.0 can be found in the following repo. http://git.freescale.com/git/cgit.cgi/ppc/sdk/u-boot.git/tag/?id=fsl-sdk-v2.0-1703 Signed-off-by: Matthew Weber <matthew.weber@rockwellcollins.com> Signed-off-by: Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
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diff --git a/board/freescale/p1025twr/readme.txt b/board/freescale/p1025twr/readme.txt
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+The bootloader is no longer buildable in the latest Freescale/NXP tree or
+upstream. As such, retrieve the "Image: SDK V1.2 e500v2 Binary ISO" from
+NXP downloads and follow the release notes for reflashing.
+For programming the kernel and rootfs created by buildroot into the flash.
+The fast way is to tftp transfer the files via one of the network interfaces.
+Make sure your devkit has ipaddr and serverip defined to reach your tftp
+(Assuming the default u-boot env from NXP)
+1. Program the DTB to NOR flash
+ => setenv dtbfile p1025twr.dtb
+ => run dtbflash
+2. Program the kernel and rootfs to NOR flash (reusing orignal rootfs
+ NOR location, as the kernel location is to small)
+ => tftpboot $loadaddr uImage; protect off 0xeeb80000 +$filesize; erase 0xeeb80000 +$filesize; cp.b $loadaddr 0xeeb80000 $filesize; protect on 0xeeb80000 +$filesize; cmp.b $loadaddr 0xefa80000 $filesize
+3. Booting your new system
+ => bootm 0xeeb80000 - 0xefe80000
+ You can login with user "root".