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C66X PCIe boot example
I try to run the example code about PCIe boot in \ti\mcsdk_2_00_04_16\tools\boot_loader\examples\pcie
The first step is
Import the project from tools\boot_loader\examples\pcie\pcieboot_ddrinit\evmc66xxl in CCSv5 •
The second step is
Clean and re-build the project
But the project don't have any " .cfg" file so that I can't build this project~
Has anyone could help me?Thanks~
This project does not need BIOS, so you don't have cfg file. They have the cmd file that defines the sections. Try the latest MCSDK 2.0.7. This is more updated and stable.
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Thanks for your reply.I still have one problem about programming "IBL".
In the \mcsdk_2_00_07_19\tools\boot_loader\examples\pcie\docs\README ---> page15 it mentions that:
"please update IBL with the latest from MCSDK by following the step 1---
Programming "IBL" on the EEPROM at bus address 0x51 in tools\boot_loader\ibl\doc\evmc66xx-instructions.txt."
Could you tell me how to execute"Programming "IBL" on the EEPROM at bus address 0x51"?
Thanks a lot
The easy way for installing the new IBL, is to run program_EVM script in the tools\program_evm.
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