[Arm-netbook] microSD breakout board, suitable for debugging using tablets.
tangliang at allwinnertech.com
Tue Feb 14 12:15:09 GMT 2012
On 02/14/2012 07:17 PM, Alejandro Martínez wrote:
> I'm trying to understand what script.bin does exactly from the wiki,
> the wiki says:
> "The hardware information is in a config file called sys_config.fex. A
> pc tools will read the config file, and write the hardware information
> to the head of boot0."
> Does this mean sys_config.fex is used to create boot0 apart from
> script.bin? (two different "locations" then). Or is the script.bin
> file boot0?
A pc tool reads sys_config1.fex and store all the config in a data
struct and write it to a file which is later put in nanda called
script.bin. script.bin is used in linux drivers to get hardware
Another pc tool reads sys_config1.fex and write important config
(mainly dram para and uart para) to boot0 so boot0 can init dram.
> Is there any "open" way to make our self-bootable SD? (if script.bin
> is boot0, then would dumping the /dev/nanda partition to the first
> partition on a SD work?). This would be quite useful so I don't have
> to reflash everything back with Livesuit when I screw up..
Currently, no open way to boot from sdcard : ( I am working on it.
Script.bin is not boot0. If you want to boot from sdcard, there is
a tools phoenix card, can write a image to sdcard, but it's Chinese : (
> If I have some free time this evening I'll experiment a bit with this
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Tom Cubie<tangliang at allwinnertech.com> wrote:
>> If the nand bootloader is corrupted, and no sdcard can boot, A10
>> will go to FEL.
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