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  • I have abandoned the idea of bypassing the second stage boot loader because of the inherent risk and additional inconveniences if I wanted to switch to another setup. > Now I would like to use only the second stage Apex to do all the boot > process. Would it work if I flash the little-endian swapped apex as > the first bootloader?? Note that the first stage boot loader runs on BE...
    kinsa Nov 18, 2006
  • config file for Apex version 1.4.7 on a 128MB slug: ================================================ # # Automatically generated make config: don't edit # Linux kernel version: # Thu Nov 9 12:13:25 2006 # CONFIG_ARM=y CONFIG_CPU_ARMV5=y CONFIG_CPU_XSCALE=y # CONFIG_ARCH_LH7952X is not set # CONFIG_ARCH_LH7A40X is not set CONFIG_ARCH_IXP42X=y # CONFIG_ARCH_S3C2410 is not set CONFIG...
    kinsa Nov 9, 2006
  • Gordon Farquharson wrote: > > apex works when I use slugimage to create an image with redboot as a primary > boot loader and apex as the second stage boot loader. > I think this is where my problem is. I am not using slugimage because my primary boot loader is Apex and I cannot upload the image using the normal means, i.e. upslug2. I guess that slugimage already performs the byte...
    kinsa Nov 9, 2006
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  • kinsa wrote: > Hello All, > > I can't seem to compile a working version of the second stage Apex bootloader > that is used in the new version of Debian. > > I have upgraded my fatslug from Openslug to Debian and I want to access all the > added memory. I am already using Apex as the primary bootloader and I am > planning to bypass the secondary bootloader. > > The second stage...
    kinsa Nov 8, 2006
  • Hello All, I can't seem to compile a working version of the second stage Apex bootloader that is used in the new version of Debian. I have upgraded my fatslug from Openslug to Debian and I want to access all the added memory. I am already using Apex as the primary bootloader and I am planning to bypass the secondary bootloader. The second stage bootloader seems to start from BE and...
    kinsa Nov 8, 2006
  • stjopa666 wrote: > But you dont get system lockups or data corruption? I could cope with > some error messages if the system is stable (at least till .18 is out). > > BTW which kernel patch did you mean, couldnt find anything about it in > the .18rc2 changelog. I had commented out the line that spews out the error message in the kernel source and the recompiled kernel ran smoothly...
    kinsa Jul 16, 2006
  • nww wrote: > --- In nslu2-linux@^$1, kinsa wrote: >>> The kernels presently being built by the openembedded system are >>> defaulting to a memory size of 32M. There is a mechanism built into >>> the kernel source (checkout nslu2_setup.c) that builds the command >>> line. The comments say you can override the 32M size by changing a >>> configuration line. I cannot find out where but...
    kinsa Jun 11, 2006
  • > The existing bootloader (Redboot) can be used with memory sizes up to > 64M according to information in the Wiki. If this is true, it is very > good since it means that you can use the upgrade facility built in to > Redboot to load up a suitable flash image. It also means that you do > not have to replace the bootloader which is risky business. Tested on a 128MB slug. Not sure if...
    kinsa Jun 1, 2006
  • mingchu wrote: >> The only thing that I can think of is that the 2nd bank is not > properly accessed. >> Can you post a pic of your work? >> > Pictures of the board with the connections of the RAMS? > > -Ming yup
    kinsa May 9, 2006
  • mingchu wrote: > Tried taking the memory out and putting it back in again. This time, I > even try to solder all the pins, again, no luck. It's showing only > 32MB for the 64MB mod slug. > > For the 128MB slug, I take out the memories again and putting it back > carefully with the pins all soldered this time, but to my very > disappointment, I'm again stuck with...
    kinsa May 9, 2006