[ECOS] Ecos on the Technologic Systems - TS7300
Sat Nov 15 01:14:00 GMT 2008
What do you guys need me to do to release the code?
Add copyright notices to all the files I patch?
Push it into a GIT tree?
From: Frank Pagliughi [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 1:27 PM
To: Gary Thomas
Cc: Austin, Brian; James Bewley; email@example.com; Mike
Subject: Re: [ECOS] Ecos on the Technologic Systems - TS7300
Gary Thomas wrote:
> Austin, Brian wrote:
> Please don't top-post :-(
>> Have you tried building for an EP9302?
> He'd have to get the eCos sources from Cirrus Logic. James, have
> you explored this?
> Also, can you get the sources to TSBOOT? That would help your
> cause quite a lot.
>> Did it build ok?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of James
>> Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 12:11 PM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Mike Nelis
>> Subject: [ECOS] Ecos on the Technologic Systems - TS7300
>> Hi all,
>> I'm interested in getting ecos running on the TS7300 SBC, although it
>> currently looks like this board is unsupported. So without getting
>> too far into the ecos code to port it i've been compiling redboot
>> using several configs, one for TS7250 and more generic configs based
>> around the Cirrus logic EP9302 arm.
>> Has anyone managed to get ecos/redboot running on this SBC or even
>> I'm interested in getting redboot on this board as it currently only
>> has TSBOOT, a very limited bootloader supplied by TS. I have however
>> been using TSBOOT to load redboot into ram and executing it from
>> This board lacks JTAG or any other ICE interface so i guess my main
>> priority at the moment it to get some output from COM1 for debugging.
>> Any help would be much appreciated.
>> James Bewley
I got a port (minus Ethernet, which I didn't need) on the TS-7200 when
it first appeared around 4 yrs ago. The lack of JTAG makes it a little
painful, but it's do-able. That board used Redboot, so there was a good
starting point. Contact Technologic to see if they ported Redboot before
switching to the Linux quick-boot. If not, compare the Redboot ports for
the other Technologic boards to see how their hardware tends to differ
from the Cirrus eval board(s).
I couldn't submit my port because it was based on the Technologic code,
which was based on the Cirrus code. I tried to rally Cirrus to submit
their port, but got no response. I eventually just handed my port to
Technologic, hoping they could resolve it. I gather Cirrus made
significant improvements to their port in the intervening years.
But Brian Austin works for Cirrus. Right? Any news, Brian?
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