[Buildroot] BeagleBoard-xM, booting 2.6.37, root=/dev/mmcblk0p2, kernel hangs
bruce.bushby at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 23:38:06 UTC 2011
unfortunately my uboot is the standard "factory" install of the module I'm
I think I have the uboot source code for the company that makes the module
(Telit) if that helps?
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 11:31 PM, Steve Calfee <stevecalfee at gmail.com>wrote:
> On 03/23/11 15:53, bruce bushby wrote:
>> I've only just started using buildroot but I found the NFS setup
>> things and it also makes testing new builds very easy.
>> I can help with the NFS setup if you need.....it's about the only part of
>> things I'm any good at :)
>> my uboot settings:
>> U-Boot> printenv
>> bootcmd=ethinit $ipaddr ; tftp 0x20200000 uImage ; bootm 0x20200000
>> bootargs=console=ttyS0,115200 mem=64M ver=4384k icofat=257k root=/dev/nfs
>> nfsroot=22.214.171.124:/nfsroot ip=126.96.36.199
>> mtdparts=atmel_nand:7936k(ARMboot)ro,- at 7936k(root)
>> Environment size: 431/32764 bytes
>> 1. setup tftpboot (I use /tftpboot)
>> 2. Create an nfs share (I use /nfsroot)
>> 2. Copy uImage to /tftpboot/uImage (give /tftpboot 777 file perms)
>> 4. Copy rootfs.tar to /nfsroot ; tar -xf rootfs.tar
>> setenv ipaddr 188.8.131.52
>> setenv bootcmd "...your bootcmd"
>> setenv bootargs "..your bootargs"
>> I set my bootcmd to include "ethinit $ipaddr;" .... otherwise you have to
>> manually "ethinit $ipaddr"
>> Hi Bruce,
> What u-boot are you using and what is it's config. I see here you got both
> usb ethernet to work and also saveenv to mmc. I would like to see your
> u-boot config.
> I gave up on u-boot, but do mount nfs from the bb-xm. then if needed I copy
> over a new uImage and reboot. Obviously either tftp or nfs booting would be
> even nicer.
> I tried to get kexec to work on the bb, but it doesn't. Lots of people are
> saying kexec is not working in 2.6.38, but I haven't seen fixes yet. The
> nice thing about kexec is it uses a less bloated u-boot, gives better
> scripting capability (and for me without the ability to saveenv), easier
> customizing. But alas....
> Regards, Steve
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