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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] BSP needed on Linux side???
Jason Wu wrote:
>> In the document you are using uclinux BSP 1.00.c (page 21),
>> is there a 1.00.c version available? Or is 1.00a the latest?
> Yes, the latest version of is BSP 1.00.c, which add support of
> multi-channel memory controller.
> I believe John will release it once its been finalized.
It's up already, on the platforms download page. It was a stealth
release :) As Jason says, the only difference from 1.00a was to support
the mch_sdram and mch_ddr controllers.
>> Furthermore I notice you add the interrupt on the MDM module, what is
>> the purpose?
>> I used original uclinux_auto for Spartan3 without this interrupt, is
>> the interrupt really necessary?
>> Is it needed only by Virtex4?
> It is not necessary to add interrupt to MDM.
It might be useful for "headless" systems where you need a UART on the
bench but not in production. xmd/mdm has the capability to act like a
UART, but I've never tried it in uClinux.
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