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Re: current-user lurker wants help with Mini-2440 project.
2012/5/23 Dave Burgess <burgess%cynjut.com@localhost>:
> I started out at the Mini2440 page you recommended. I understand everything
> until you say "From the U-Boot Prompt". The only thing I've found that
> sounds like a U-Boot prompt has all of the text entirely in Chinese, which
> is why I'm apparently unable to get started. The rest of the steps seem
> straightforward enough - I just can't figure out how to get to U-Boot.
Ohh, I see. So, I would recommend that you flash a new version of
U-Boot onto the Mini2440. First start off by trying U-Boot from RAM
(following the description in "Run U-Boot without flashing it to
NAND"). Unfortunately, you will need a tool, which to me best
knowledge is only available on Linux and Windows. It's called DNW for
Windows and USBPush (Boot USB) for Linux, and is available from
http://www.friendlyarm.net/downloads. You might be able to do xmodem
transfer as well to Supervivi, but I haven't tried that myself.
If U-Boot from ram seems to work fine for you, you can follow the
instructions outlined in "Flashing U-Boot to NAND" to get it into
NAND. Alternatively, U-Boot can also be used to place U-Boot in NAND,
as described in section "Loading / Flashing the first U-Boot" at
I hope this helps you.
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