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Booting from NAND - round 2
in a previous post ( http://e2e.ti.com/support/dsp/c6000_multi-core_dsps/f/639/t/110596.aspx ) I described a problem I was having running programs from NAND and was advised to check out the latest MCSDK.
However after these steps I am unable to observe the POST program running. Is this normal, or should there be a console print just as if I ran the program from CCS?
You all have been a great help to us so far. I hope this is a simple error on my part :)
Thank you in advance!
Travis, Hao, thank you very much for your help. We were able to boot the POST program from NAND following all of your directions. Thanks again!
great! sorry it took a while to debug. i was able to duplicate the isse on my evm yesterday, and hao had to dig into the ibl to find the problem.
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What I need to do for rebuild IBL with this bugfix?
I tried make c661x. The resulting i2crom.dat has size 228k and I can't write it to I2C.
Please publish new IBL release with this bugfix.
The production version of the MCSDK (with this fix) should be on-line tomorrow. Please check out:
If you want to rebuild with current MCSDK beta-2...
1) replace the nand.c file as Hao mentioned above
2) rebuild IBL with instructions listed in: C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments\mcsdk_2_00_00_beta2\tools\boot_loader\ibl\doc\release_info.txt
3) follow the listed instructions above to program into the EEPROM.
Now I can run my simple program from NAND via I2C IBL. The loading time ~7s. Is it posible to increase the loading speed via I2C IBL ?
Not that I'm aware of. When asking new topic questions, you should start a new thread for better results.
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