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System Boot from SD/MMC Card with SDK 1.6 images

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System Boot from SD/MMC Card with SDK 1.6 images

This application note describes how to write u-boot in SD/MMC card with boot-format application for non-PBL platform.


Use QorIQ Configuration Suite (QCS) PBL tool to generate PBL images for Corenet platform SD boot.


Deploy Rootfs filesystem to boot Kernel and filesystem from SD/MMC card.

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I'm curious about step 8 for the T1040RDB. In the document you say:

For the T4240/T2080/T1040 SoCs:

Change offset 0xfd000

Browse to file: u-boot-spl.bin

I have only the following files in my T1040RDB_SDCARD directory:

-rwxr-xr-x 1 jaket jaket 532652 Jan 23 11:45 u-boot.bin

-rwxr-xr-x 1 jaket jaket 532652 Jan 23 11:45 u-boot-sd.bin

-rw-r--r-- 1 jaket jaket 794796 Jan 23 11:45 u-boot-with-spl.bin

-rw-r--r-- 1 jaket jaket 794796 Jan 23 11:45 u-boot-with-spl-pbl.bin

Is your document using an older version of the SDK (I'm using V1.6.20140619)? Or am I missing some other step?

Hello Jacob Tummond,

u-boot-spl.bin is under build_t1040rdb_release/tmp/work/t1040rdb-fsl-linux/u-boot/2014.01+fslgit-r0/git/T1040RDB_SDCARD/spl/, please refer to the following steps for SD deployment.

=>tftp 100000 PBL1.bin

=>mmcinfo

=>mmc write 100000 8 block_number

=>tftp 100000 u-boot.bin

=>mmc write 100000 208 block_number

=>tftp 100000 ucode.bin

=>mmc write 100000 820 block_number

Thanks,

Yiping

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