[ECOS] upload program in NEC V850 RAM

Jonathan Larmour jifl@eCosCentric.com
Wed Apr 23 12:12:00 GMT 2003

Cristoforo Abbattista wrote:
> oK, it could be so, 
> but why the code is loaded and executed if we try to load it by the 
> v850-elf-gdb?

If this is the *very same* file that you load into v850-elf-gdb, then that 
may well show I'm right :-). GDB accepts ELF format file, but I could well 
believe ELF load support is disabled in the v850 redboot to save space.

You can try converting the file to an srec file using "v850-elf-objcopy -O 
srec infile outfile.srec". If Hello.S3 really is an srec file you should 
be able to just open it in a text editor or "more" and it should look 
something like:

although obviously the actual numbers vary.

>>Teresa Fazio wrote:
>>>I'm new in this mailing list and I found someone of you having
>>>problems in uploading   programs in NEC V850 RAM, like me.   When I
>>>try to load a simple program Hello.S3, I do  
>>>Ctrl a + s  
>>>choice ymodem and then the file Hello.S3.  
>>>But the answer is:  
>>>CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC*** Warning! Attempt to load S-record to address:
>>>0xffffffff  RedBoot does not believe this is in RAM  Use TFTP for a
>>>chance to override this.  *** Warning! Checksum failure - Addr:
>>>ffffffff, EF <> 00  xyzModem - CRC mode, 647(SOH)/4(STX)/5(CAN)
>>>packets, 316 retries  
>>>What is the problem?  
>>The addresses in your s-record file indicate it should be loaded to
>>0xffffffff, which isn't right. Check your s-record file, and how it
>>was built, and particularly how the memory map was linked.
>>Or more relevantly, if it isn't an s-record file, either convert it to
>>one or choose the appropriate flag to "load" to tell redboot what
>>format it is!
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