[ECOS] Run Redboot from flash

Nick Garnett nickg@ecoscentric.com
Fri Dec 12 15:13:00 GMT 2003


"Ricardo Andrino" <ricardo_andrino@web.de> writes:

> Ok i can see now the famous ecos world!!!

> What i have done is to convert the hello.elf file into hello.bin,
> because the .elf file needs more memory that is available. Then
> Redbbot> load -r -m xmodem -b 0x0000c000, send the hello.bin and
> then Redboot>go 0x0000c000 or 0x0000c040, i can't remember now, and
> Hello Ecos world!!
> 
> Thats problem is that if you use load -m xmodem without -b option
> the program is downloaded anywhere.Then a RAM application desnt't
> run from 0x00020000 does it?
> 
> Ok thank you all of you for all, i will have a good weekend!!!

If you converted it to an SRecord file rather than a straight binary,
you should be able to load that using "load -m x".

I suspect that the problem may be in the .debug sections which have to
be loaded and disposed of before loading the actual code. Try running
arm-elf-strip on the ELF file and then load the stripped executable.
That ought to work.


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Nick Garnett                    eCos Kernel Architect
http://www.ecoscentric.com      The eCos and RedBoot experts


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