Subject: Re: gzboot booting problem
To: Danny Lau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
Date: 05/26/2006 14:35:32
On Sat, May 27, 2006 at 12:19:16AM +0800, Danny Lau wrote:
> The develop board ---NOT SMDK2410 board, just engage the s3c2410
> chip --- I use is booted from NAND Flash when power on, so I wrote a
> piece of code to copy image from NAND Flash to SDRAM since I can't
> find similar function in the gzboot.
> I'm sure the R15 is 0x30200000 (via Jtag) just before jumping, and the
> plain kernel can be successfully executed when downloaded
> directly into that address by some utilities. So I guess that gzboot
> decompress kernel in a wrong way, or the code I wrote has some
Can you read the RAM as 0x30200000 via JTag? If so, does it
correspond to the first bytes of the kernel?
Is there other system initialization happening when you boot
with "some utilities" ?
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