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Step-by-Step Process to Boot Linux from i.MX280

Question asked by Chris Murphy on Oct 9, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 9, 2014 by Chris Murphy

Can anybody help me understand the step-by-step process to migrate and boot a custom kernel currently running on the Freescale i.MX28 development kit to a i.MX280 custom board?

BTW, I'm new to microprocessors and Linux. My experience is primarily with Windows and PIC micro-controllers.


Current Status:

We have hardware designed to...

  1. Use the i.MX280 processor
  2. Use I2C serial EEPROM for SPI polarity patch with SD/eMMC
  3. Boot from micro-SD card or NAND Flash
  4. Use 1Gbit (128MB) DDR2 memory


Thanks for the help,