Hi, I glad to announce possible fastest Linux fast boot ever!
Works on DM365 EVM.
Logging starts at 20 ms from reset.
0.000 0.000: DM36x initialization passed! 0.000 0.000: Optimized TI UBL 1.50 http://www.MakeLinux.com/emb/fastboot 0.010 0.010: Compiled on Jan 5 2011 at 02:38:56 with gcc 4.3.3 0.010 0.000: Starting NAND Copy... 0.479 0.469: length=0x00156000 DONE 0.479 0.000: Jumping to entry point at 0x80008000. 0.542 0.063: BusyBox v1.16.2 hush - the humble shell
You don't believe? You can find binary demo here: http://www.makelinux.com/emb/fastboot/ and try it by your self.Please leave yours comments and feedback in this forum.
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