LTIB kernel booting problem

Started by sabarinath in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago

hai, I am sabarinath i am using LTIB MPC8555CDS_20061017-ltib.iso i customized the kernel and poted on MPC8555 series Channel card product...

hai, I am sabarinath i am using LTIB MPC8555CDS_20061017-ltib.iso i customized the kernel and poted on MPC8555 series Channel card product name "SPTWIMAXCC1E" AMC Channel Card i copied the kernel in to the RAM in the Board But at the time of booting it got shucked please see below what steps i done Advance thanks and Regards.......... => setenv bootargs root=/dev/ram rw ramd


[U-boot + S3C2410] Starting Kernel

Started by Fabian Rami in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

Hello every one. I try to boot a linux on an AKT30 devices. The AKT30 is already working on linux but i need an upgrade. With the original...

Hello every one. I try to boot a linux on an AKT30 devices. The AKT30 is already working on linux but i need an upgrade. With the original kernel , here is what i have : Loading from device 0: at 0x4e000000 (offset 0x40000) Image Name: Linux-2.6.14-akt30 Created: 2006-02-07 9:37:13 UTC Image Type: ARM Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed) Data Size:


How to boot linux kernel and give a root filesystem from flash

Started by Malte Wolters in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 1 reply

Hi everyone, I use a mips board with an AU1000 processor. I wrote a mini boot program which initializes the onboard hardware and gives a...

Hi everyone, I use a mips board with an AU1000 processor. I wrote a mini boot program which initializes the onboard hardware and gives a little terminal access to it in purpose to write and erase flash and set some small commands. This program shall be extended to a mini boot loader which starts a linux kernel. The kernel is already prepared as an ELF or SREC file and can be written to t...


Kernel starts dropping incoming ping packets

Started by Bill in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 3 replies

I am writing a device driver for a modem. I can successfully continuously ping to my modem for 8 to 10 minutes. After that, I can no longer...

I am writing a device driver for a modem. I can successfully continuously ping to my modem for 8 to 10 minutes. After that, I can no longer ping to it, but I can ping from it. I have determined that at that point I am still receiving the ping packets and sending them to the kernel, just as I had when the pings were successful, but I am no longer receiving ping packets from the kernel to ...


linux kernel

Started by leilei in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 4 replies

hi. i have been reading linux kenel source code for a long time.now i want to participate the linux kernel community. is there anyone know how...

hi. i have been reading linux kenel source code for a long time.now i want to participate the linux kernel community. is there anyone know how to?


Board data wrong on Xilinx ML403 board

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

Anyone, I am trying to get linux to run on a Xlinix ML403 board. I am using an elf file to boot from. I'm using 'xmd' from Xilinx to...

Anyone, I am trying to get linux to run on a Xlinix ML403 board. I am using an elf file to boot from. I'm using 'xmd' from Xilinx to download the kernel. Once I download the kernel, I'm using the run command to start the boot process. At this point, the kernel loads and uncompresses but it doesn't boot. I get the following output: loaded at: 00400000 004FA1A0 board data at...


Intel IXP435 kernel issue

Started by Eason in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

Linux kernel:2.6.20.21 (timesys) I have Intel IXP435 demo board.I tested GbPCI to GbPCI throughput and GbPCI to IXP435 MII lan.but the kernel...

Linux kernel:2.6.20.21 (timesys) I have Intel IXP435 demo board.I tested GbPCI to GbPCI throughput and GbPCI to IXP435 MII lan.but the kernel show up some error message. I try limit all network buffer 64MB, performance not bad.but, still show up error message. this message look like DMA and IRQ error. so, any comment? Thanks BUG: soft lockup detected on CPU#0! [ ] (dump_s


Intel BayTrail E3805 - Serial IO (SIO) - I2C in linux kernel 3.16-lts

Started by Karthik Balaguru in comp.arch.embedded3 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Can someone kindly let me know on the method of enabling driver for Processor Serial IO (SIO) - I2C in linux kernel 3.16-lts for Intel...

Hi, Can someone kindly let me know on the method of enabling driver for Processor Serial IO (SIO) - I2C in linux kernel 3.16-lts for Intel BayTrail E3805. Can you please confirm whether the driver is available by default in linux kernel or should we need to integrate it ? Thanks in advans, Karthik Balaguru


Error while loading an RTX kernel example

Started by meen...@gmail.com in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies

Hi, I am new to ARM and am using Keil micro vision v3 and was tryin to build the example for RTX kernel. While doing so i encountered the...

Hi, I am new to ARM and am using Keil micro vision v3 and was tryin to build the example for RTX kernel. While doing so i encountered the following error RTX_ex1.axf : error :L6938E : Invalid value for --ro-base. Can anyone tell me why this is happening and how do i get rid of this error. Help will be deeply appreciated Thanks Meenz


Linux and priorities within kernel space

Started by Martin in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 1 reply

I have maybe stupid question. From QNX I know every each driver acts as process having threads. Each thread has schedulinng scheme and it's own...

I have maybe stupid question. From QNX I know every each driver acts as process having threads. Each thread has schedulinng scheme and it's own priority. How it's in Linux? I mean no user space, but kernel space. It looks for me like unpredictable bunch of mess. Can I somehow manage priorities even for the drivers? I'm using Denx's distribution. Or do I have to use some extensions?


Which board..

Started by ramya in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 2 replies

I am a newbie and want to strip the linux kernel and cross compile flash it to a device and boot this new kernel / boot using tftp.. If...

I am a newbie and want to strip the linux kernel and cross compile flash it to a device and boot this new kernel / boot using tftp.. If possible, I am also want to change the boot loader.. 1. Can you suggest boards/ configuration for these boards.. My budget is around $100 - $300.. I want to understand how cable tv box / dvd players work ultimately. 2. I want to learn building devices gr...


Announcing Mkernel 0.7.4

Started by Michael Erdmann in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

Dear all, i like to direct your attention to the open source project Mkernel. http://mkernel.sourceforge.net/ The project provides yet...

Dear all, i like to direct your attention to the open source project Mkernel. http://mkernel.sourceforge.net/ The project provides yet another simple kernel for the pic18f45xx micro controler family using the SDCC compiler. The kernel is inspired by the OSEK/VDX API's and supports currently: Tasks Resources Events OIL I am using this environment for my own projects, but fra...


Rtos Design

Started by pachu in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 26 replies

Hi folk, We were designing an RTOS for a general 8 bit microcontroller. We have designed a round robin schedular. But i have question...

Hi folk, We were designing an RTOS for a general 8 bit microcontroller. We have designed a round robin schedular. But i have question about the stack on 8051. My doubt is, we have our kernel (data, code) and also applications (data and code) Now we need to allocate seperate memory areas for the kernel and the application. How do we take care of the security in 8051. And als...


powerPC linux boot sequence

Started by Nabendu in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 7 replies

Any can help me to find the boot sequence of powerPC 83xx of linux kernel after the bootloader transfer control to kernel.. Please please help...

Any can help me to find the boot sequence of powerPC 83xx of linux kernel after the bootloader transfer control to kernel.. Please please help me.... thanks, Nabendu


Linux Drivers Part of Kernel for GPL?

Started by rickman in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 30 replies

When a product is shipped which uses Linux internally, are the various drivers required to control the hardware part of the Kernel as far as...

When a product is shipped which uses Linux internally, are the various drivers required to control the hardware part of the Kernel as far as GPL goes? I'm wondering how much of the product has to be opened up and provided to a user on request? -- Rick


Overlaps
: remote kernel......

Started by Victor in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 3 replies

Hi, We are a group working on our senior project, and a little desperate for help. We received an warning saying that there is an overlaps...

Hi, We are a group working on our senior project, and a little desperate for help. We received an warning saying that there is an overlaps between address(I don't remember the exact address): remote kernel..... We tried to run a simple C program on a PC104 board. We have tried to change the segment address, but it seemed that the warning was not affected at all. We have also tried...


running the linux on STM32F407VGT6

Started by piyushpandey in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 5 replies

Hi guys I am starting this new thread in hope that it will be a good sharing platform for both advanced users and the beginners. Actually...

Hi guys I am starting this new thread in hope that it will be a good sharing platform for both advanced users and the beginners. Actually what I am going to discuss here is that how to run linux kernel on the STM32F407VGT6 controllers the main feature of which is that it is MMU less. Many people might say that it's easy to run linux on the MMU less devices as the linux kernel has its o...


Size Optimization for an embedded system

Started by jeniffer in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 19 replies

I have a few questions aregarding size optimization : 1. I have already applied the linux kernel Tiny patch but I need to further reduce the...

I have a few questions aregarding size optimization : 1. I have already applied the linux kernel Tiny patch but I need to further reduce the size of the kernel.Any suggestions? 2. Is there a tool with low memory footprint to find out the dynamic memory usage of applications during runtime?Applications like iptables,ebtables etc that cannot be made to run in background? 3. Is there any free...


RTOS, Virtualization and Paging

Started by Alex in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 4 replies

Hi folks, I have got a question about memory protection in kernel mode for x86 processors. According to Intel's documenations "In Intel...

Hi folks, I have got a question about memory protection in kernel mode for x86 processors. According to Intel's documenations "In Intel VT-enabled system, running guests with paging disabled reduces the isolation of that guest - the guest can read and write all of the physical memory, including that of devices or other guest.". Here are a couple of questions: 1. Why? 2. Are kernel...


Beagle Bone Black ADC Driver under Debian?

Started by Randy Yates in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 3 replies

Hi Folks, I need to sample multiple input lines on the BBB (rev. c) ADC peripheral at a relatively low rate, perhaps 1 kHz, and do some simple...

Hi Folks, I need to sample multiple input lines on the BBB (rev. c) ADC peripheral at a relatively low rate, perhaps 1 kHz, and do some simple filtering and detection. Is there a kernel mode driver available for this that I can modify? Is kernel mode even necessary or can I use a user space driver? -- Randy Yates Digital Signal Labs http://www.digitalsignallabs.com