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Update u-boot via serial communication

Question asked by Gauthier Östervall on Jun 13, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 29, 2014 by Andy Huang

I have build a u-boot.imx for my imx6qsabresd. I would like to download it to target without removing the SD card, using Kermit.

 

This is what I have done so far:

- setup kermit on host with the following settings:

 

 

set line /dev/ttyUSB0

set speed 115200

set carrier-watch off

set handshake none

set flow-control none

robust

set file type bin

set file name lit

set rec pack 1000

set send pack 1000

set window 5


 

- start Kermit and connect to target.

- reset the target and stop autoboot to get into u-boot

- tell u-boot to take a transfer with

U-Boot > loadb 0x0400

(is this the correct address to put u-boot?)

- disconnected to return to kermit, and started file transfer:

C-Kermit> send u-boot.imx

(is this the correct file?)

 

I only get packet time outs.

 

I tried earlier to put the file at 0x00800000, and there I got 40 packets of size ~1000 sent. Then the packets timed out. This tells me the transmission is ok, maybe there wasn't enough room there to put the ~300 kB of u-boot. Maybe I just can't write there from the serial link?

 

How can I update my u-boot with a serial connection? What am I doing wrong?

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