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Re: [sewen7%mail.ru@localhost: at91rm9200 configuration]
On Fri, May 3, 2013 at 3:02 PM, Reinoud Zandijk <reinoud%netbsd.org@localhost>
> Hi folks,
> very hard to read, but maybe someone can make something of this?
Very Difficult to understand what is meant? Here is what I think is Meant.
> With regards,
> ----- Forwarded message from Misha G-ka <sewen7%mail.ru@localhost> -----
> Date: Fri, 03 May 2013 13:05:18 +0400
> From: Misha G-ka <sewen7%mail.ru@localhost>
> To: port-arm-maintainer%netbsd.org@localhost
> Subject: at91rm9200 configuration
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> hi! I collect NetBSD for the AT91rm9200-qu processor, I read article about
> http://www.netbsd.org/docs/kernel/porting_netbsd_arm_soc.html, there were
> 1 . how to learn the size size?
I searched for size size in the document. But my understanding is
below as an example how do we know what is the size or address, moslty
> # On-chip interrupt controler
> vx115_pic0 at vx115_apb? addr 0x700C1000 size 0x14c
This is an example of what I was finding. If it is a stack trace you
could as for trace else log of dmesg etc.
> 2 . If there is options MEMSIZE=256, it if the NAND flash card is
> connected... ?
As far I think what this means MEMSIZE is not to be configurable, I
think this will me more lines of plug and play.
> 3 . / arch/arm/at91 this stately NetBSD for a kernel, and everything about a
> payment of AT91rm9200 to collect and write in source codes for work to
> arch/evbarm/name_board (work with the flash card, the screen, MicroSD, SDRAm.
> ? the keyboard, all that is necessary and there is no arch/arm/at91 ?)
As far as I think of this, it is more of cross compiler/xen etc. to
better start of rather than buying AT91rm9200 .
> ----- End forwarded message -----
Hope this is help ful.
-- Sujit K M
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