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Where are the memory mappings in Redboot for the Boa port?
- From: Jacob Jones <forum dot jones at gmail dot com>
- To: ecos-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 14:00:45 -0600
- Subject: [ECOS] Where are the memory mappings in Redboot for the Boa port?
Hello! I have been trying for quite some time to get CS1 and CS2
mapped to appropriate memory addresses on an Analogue and Micro Boa
board. I have been able to perform this on a Freescale Lite5200
board, which uses the same MPC5200 chip as the Boa, so I know my MBAR
registers are getting set correctly.
I suspect that the configuration for the Boa's G2LE core must be bad.
Assuming that the Boa's memory map is set up like the Rattler, I tried
to find the hal/powerpc/boa/current/src/*.S file. Lo and behold, the
boa directory doesn't exist under powerpc! Yet, I am able to build
and run test programs for the boa, and the SDRAM and FLASH are mapped
to accessible addresses.
So, my questions are:
Can anyone tell me where the memory mappings are made for the Boa port
Has anyone successfuly triggered CS1 or any other chip select other than 0?
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