Thats the best lead I've gotten so far Tom.
I will look at the files that you have specified.
How do I control where in the memory map the flash and dram are from a hardware point
I hope this question doesnt sound too far fetched but I am just curious on how you can
make the flash at 200000h or 10000000h. Is this by preference or just how much flash
and the board layout?
Tom Walsh wrote:
> Edward Benavides wrote:
> > Hello:
> > My next task consists of modifying the code to work for a different type
> > of flash. Instead of atmel I am using Intel flash.
> > I am building a board that is just consisting of the dragonball, flash,
> > dram, serial and ethernet. If I use the same system mappings as the ADS
> > board, will I just have to modify at_flash.b to initialize the proper
> > flash downloading techniques?
> > Or do I have to go into the uC source code and port?
> > thanks
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> Yes and no... I built an alternative system to the ADS & ucsimm and had
> to modify some of the kernel sources to match my memory config, etc...
> You can see the schematic at 'http://www.openhardware.net', it really is
> not that difficult, what you have to do is to make sure is to make the
> appropriate conditional compile statements withing the uClinux to match
> your hardware (for example: the RAM memory of the ADS is at
> 0x200000..0x400000, my RAM is at 0x10000000..0x10800000, so I have to
> modify /linux/arch/m68knommu/mm/memory.c to make sure that a heap alloc
> of RAM will fall within this range. There are a number of other files
> that you will need to make some minor mods to, but not really a big deal
> to understand if you have been doing embedded systems for a while and
> have had to map resources before. Some of the files to consider are:
> As Vladamir says "happy hacking"!
> Tom Walsh - WN3L - Embedded Systems Consultant
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