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Part Number: TDA2SX
We need to bring up our custom board from eMMC.
I have learned the link Process-SDK-Linux-Automotive-Software-Developers-Guide Section 7.4 Using eMMC Boot.
And we have no USB port reserved on our board. So we can only boot from eMMC follow steps descriped in section 7.4.1.
As far as i know, the only file i should modify is 'uenv.txt' compared to boot from SD card.
But there's another link http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Linux_Core_U-Boot_User%27s_Guide section 6.6. says that,
some other u-boot files need to be modified.
(u-boot/arch/arm/include/asm/arch-omap5/spl.h, u-boot/arch/arm/mach-omap2/omap5/boot.c, board's defconfig)
So, which one should i follow?
Are there any other tools, running on the host, connect to the target board by download points reserved in the PCB, can be used to partition and flash the eMMC?
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In reply to Shravan Karthik:
In reply to LiuGan:
Thanks for your update.
I found the code snippet from u-boot/cmd/dfu.c
So, does it mean that the dfu tool can either depend on a USB or ETH port?
What's more, i have learned that JTAG can be used to flash the eMMC with raw bin file. Is that true?
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