I am trying to port X-loader to a new board with an AM3505 processor. I have a doubt about the TEXT_BASE.
In x-loader/board/am3517crane/config.mk, the TEXT_BASE is set to 0x40208800, however, in x-loader/board/am3517evm/config.mk,
TEXT_BASE is set to 0x40200800. Why are they assigned to different values? How can I set the TEXT_BASE based on my board?
Thanks in advance.
I am not quite sure about, why crane board is configured to 0x40208800, but both TEXT_BASE should work for you without any issues. Recommend you to use EVM configuration.
Hi Vaibhav Hiremath
Thanks very much. Beside this address and initialization of SDRAM and UART, do I need to modify anything else in order to port X-loader to the new product?
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