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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] newbie info
Here's my take on what I have to do after research and for my specific system. Can someone tell me if this is possible. I have a spartan 3 starter board. I have a linux machine where I would download the uclinux distribution. I'm not sure where I'd get that from, from app notes I should be able to take the steps to generate an elf file. Copy that elf file to my windows machine and use xmd to download it to my board.
> From: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 2005/09/20 Tue AM 11:19:51 EDT
> To: <email@example.com>
> Subject: [microblaze-uclinux] newbie info
> Thanks, Jason Wu,
> I was able to add uclinux to the software platform settings.
> So my next question and pardon my ignorance is how do I port over the OS.
> I believe and you can tell me if I am wrong that I have to have a unix machine to create the kernel. Is that right? There's no way I can do this on a linux machine right? I do have a linux machine with redhat. What would I need? Then I how do I download this to my board? A tutorial that I looked at said I need XMD. Doesn't that come with EDK?
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