Preliminary wiki starting page for i.MX53 QuickStart board
zygmunt.krynicki at linaro.org
Sat Sep 3 08:08:35 UTC 2011
W dniu 03.09.2011 10:05:59, nadawca Eric Bénard <eric at eukrea.com>,Lists Linaro-dev <linaro-dev at lists.linaro.org>, Eric Miao <eric.miao at linaro.org>, Christian Robottom Reis napisał:
> Hi Zygmunt,
> Le 02/09/2011 23:15, Zygmunt Krynicki a Ã©crit :
> > BTW: if anyone is interested in helping me out, have some
> > code at lp:~zkrynicki/+junk/lava-imx53-serial-boot (serial as
> in "serial
> > download mode offered by the boot-rom", not "serial cable").
> here is a quick and dirty program which works in uart boot mode
> i.MX25/35/51 (and should work on the i.MX53) and the
> configuration files for these 3 targets : it performs minimal
> initialization and upload a bootloader in RAM which allows
> For the i.MX53 init file, you can find a starting working base
> here :
Thanks for all of that. I'll use it to check for basic activity (that it works on my board) and then use it to finish my script. I wanted to use USB because it allows for 0-end-user activity device provisioning. Unlike pure serial USB allows for device discovery. With a few udev rules an user with LAVA server running on their machine might simply plug an iMX53 device to the system to have it automatically detected and ready for testing.
Thanks. This is what I was looking for!
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