BEAGLEBOARD-C5 BeagleBoard by CircuitCo Development Boards & Kits – ARM BEAGLEBOARD DEV KIT REVISION C5 datasheet, inventory, & pricing. BeagleBoard Angstrom Site Connect a USB self power HUB to the C5 USB host port. Revision C5 boards are the same as Revision C4 except: The memory chip is upgraded to MB NAND.
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I am trying to successfully build u-boot for my BeagleBoard C5 board. I am using Ubuntu I have working images for Xloader MLOu-boot.
I then copy my just built u-boot. It will just sit there forever!
I cannot seem to find any clear instructions on building u-boot for the C5 BeagleBoard other than that it is different then previous versions or requiring something called ‘SPL’ built with u-boot. Does anybody know how I might succeed in building my own u-boot.
Your first step should be researching the boot sequence of the board. bsagleboard
embedded linux – BeagleBoard C5 Building u-boot – Stack Overflow
Some processors do not boot directly to u-boot. In the case of your C5, this application is X-Loader https: You are going to need to understand what this level 1 boot loader does and how exactly it launches u-boot. But where does it look for u-boot? Or does it it start execution from your MMC? Sometimes there are jumpers that can be set which will control the boot sequence. Where did beagleboare get your u-boot source code from? Did you download it directly from the denx website or was it provided with your Beagle board?
In general, it is very difficult to debug bringing up a board even if it’s a reference board without beaglwboard.
PhilBot 74 8 48 Thank you I’ve been doing research and it seems that the latest u-boot clone from denx packaged with the latest buildroot supplies ‘SPL’ support in the menuconfig. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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