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KBOOT: offset of BCA is too small

Question asked by Peter Ruesch on Jul 8, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 13, 2016 by Peter Ruesch



I'm trying to get an kboot exampe working on my twr-k65f180 board and facing the following problem:


The Bootloader reads its configuration from an address space belonging to the application (0x3C0). This area is called Bootloader Configuration Area (BCA).


The proposed offset is not large enough to leave enough to fill all the ISR vectors on a Cortex-M controller defined in the startup file. The NXP default linker scripts propose 0x400 bytes for the vector table.


what is the proposed doing here?