LPC4357 booting with uClinux from uSD

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by crchaves on Wed Jan 28 00:27:07 MST 2015
Dear all,

I have a uClinux kernel compiled and tried to install in my development kit LPC4357 board via microSD card. When I try to booting the system, the system no start. I'm not sure the mode of configuration is correct.
The steps that I following in the installation the OS in the uSD card show below:

-The uSD card have 4GB of storage and I parted in 2 partitions (first with 32MB for u-boot and the rest of memory for Kernel and FS.
- Formatted: 1th partition with VFAT (dev/sdc1/) and 2nd partition with EXT2 (dev/sdc2/).
-Putting uImage into the vfat:
sudo cp /workdir/cortexm_uclinux/out/uImage ./

-Putting rootfs and modules of drivers into ext2

sudo cp /workdir/cortexm_uclinux/filesystem/rootfs ./

sudo cp /workdir/cortexm_uclinux/uboot/u-boot-2010.03/drivers ./

sudo cp /workdir/cortexm_uclinux/kernel/linux-2.6.33/arch/arm/boot/ ./

sudo dd if=/workdir/cortexm_uclinux/uboot/u-boot-2011.06/u-boot-lpc.bin of=/dev/sdc bs=1024 seek=8

sudo dd if=/workdir/cortexm_uclinux/uboot/u-boot-2011.06/u-boot.bin of=/dev/sdc bs=1024 seek=32

sudo umount /dev/sdc2

Sincerely Cristobal,