[ECOS] Re: What I did for the eb40a
Wed May 7 15:50:00 GMT 2003
>Then you need to write this image to flash. When the flash jumper is set to
>the std position, angel is loaded. I didn't want to kill angel just yet (no
>idea why - angel hates me and I learned to hate it back) so I saved the new
>redboot image to the second flash chip (0x01010000) and then put the jumper
>in the user position (which causes the cpu to jump to the second (redboot)
>image on reset).
I suspect the second flash chip starts at 0x1100000, Angel is at 0x1006000-0x1011fff.
This could explain why I can no longer get Angel to work on my EB40a.
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