We’ll go through each option below. Once these are correctly setup, all of the applications that use NAND support will use these timing values. It adapts from the pin 0. The original code inherited for this board checked several different NAND ID’s and picked a geometry based on that configuration. To use the debugger, first download the J-Link software from Segger’s website at http: Several small changes need to be added to make these drivers work for the new board. Customer doesn’t pay for that.
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Stage 1 application – NOR. The code typically also requires a few code changes to work correctly on new boards.
Stage 1 application is in block 1 and on. It’s also a very good tool for bringing up and testing new boards based on the LCP32x0.
Original Attachment has been moved to: Each NAND device has a specific geometry associated with it used to setup access the device’s blocks, pages, etc. You need to build 4 programs – the kickstart burner, S1L burner, kickstart loader, and S1L from kick full application.
Customer doesn’t pay for that. The CDL startup code documentation covers the startup code and it’s various configurations very well.
J-Link Adapters | SEGGER – The Embedded Experts
It eliminates the need to connect VT Ref pin1 to the target. To use the debugger, first download the J-Link software from Segger’s website at http: I suppose I could buy the FTI kit.
The burners are applications that simply burn another image into the boot device for the board. You probably never HAVE to use a chip not available from one of those vendors for most embedded products but something to consider. The CDL offers several bootloader options and a number of methods for deploying a bootloader to your board. For the FDI board. Setting up DRAM requires no new code – only the defines for DRAM timing and geometry we inherited from the copied code need to be modified to support the new board’s devices.
The stage 1 application can be a Linux kernel, 3rd party bootloader, simple binary, or any other piece of code. This debugger will be initially used to burn the kickstart loader and S1L? It will also explain the things you need to change for a new board.
A burner is an application that resides in the LPC32x0’s memory and burns an image in another location into memory into the boot device on the board. See below for the Phytec setup. Likewise, the kickstart loader needs to know where the stage 1 application needs to be loaded into memory. I can’t get these. The pin connector, though defined by ARM as an alternative to the pin connector is not widely used on modern eval boards. For the new board, I made the following change.
Thanks boB In l The CDL breaks up the burners into a kickstart burner and a stage 1 application burner. It supports the RJ12 modular debug connector as specified by Microchip as well as the pin dual row MIPS debug header and the Microchip 6-pin single row PICkit connector options, can be soldered by customer on demand. Kickstart burner – NAND. The burner applications need to know where to load an image to be burnt into the boot device at some location in memory.
S1L is built to run at address 0x and fits in under K. With the above changes, the following is done instead:. For increased flexibility the J-Link Supply Adapter can adapt to other target voltages in the range from 1. The build procedure below assumes S1L will also be built and deployed. The J-Link 2mm Adapter is a 1: Pins 14, 16, 18,