First of all thanks a lot Jason for your
project files, I was able to get your kernel image and that helped me that the
kernel is part of the problem, I am now getting to the same part as Pavel did,
how did he solved this??
Ok, as now I know that my kernel seems to
be the problem I want to start with this again, I have been getting the kernels
from some people in HTTP pages but not sure if they are up to date.. so I tried
to CVS server but I was not able to connect.
I followed the steps in http://cvs.uclinux.org/cvs_anon.html
but I guess this
[root@linuxMet root]# cvs
Logging in to
cvs [login aborted]: connect to
cvs.uclinux.org(184.108.40.206):2401 failed: Connection refused
Is there a problem with the server now??? Meanwhile,
can anyone tell me where to find the latest one in a HTTP page or a FPT server?
Thanks in advance.
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On Behalf Of Jason Wu
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2005 2:45
Subject: Re: [microblaze-uclinux]
Your mhs file shows that you have I$ and D$ disabled but with following
parameters enabled in your mhs file
PARAMETER C_ALLOW_ICACHE_WR = 1
PARAMETER C_ALLOW_DCACHE_WR = 1
PARAMETER C_CACHE_BYTE_SIZE = 4096
PARAMETER C_DCACHE_BYTE_SIZE = 4096
These parameters should be disabled if you disable your I$ and D$
Have you try initialize TestApp_Memory program? Does the memory test failed or
Pavel Ivanchenko wrote:
I manualy copy auto-config.in file to uclinux distributive folder, next do this
I was being a bit brief when I wrote that
README. From this top menu, choose the "Vendor/Product"
submenu, and select "Xilinx" as the vendor, and "uclinux-auto"
as the product/board.
Then, return to the top menu, and go into the
"Kernel/Library/Defaults" submenu. There, select the box that
says "Customise Kernel Settings". Then, exit the menu sytem, and say
"yes" when it asks to save your changes.
The kernel config menu will then launch. Here, just choose exit, and say
"yes" to save changes, and you will return to the command line.
Do "make dep all" and you will be on your way.
The uClinux-dist menu mechanism and structure can be a little confusing the first
few times you use it, but soon it will become almost automatic for you.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jason Wu" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2005 9:32 PM
Subject: Re: [microblaze-uclinux] StarterKit+uClinux beginer
My guess is that the kernel image download is not base on your auto-config.in.
Did you manually copy the auto-config.in to to uclinux-auto folder? or use
target_dir point to uclinux-auto folder.
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