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Old 02-19-2007, 09:44 PM   #1
Anitha
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Question u-boot and uImage.cc for LDK5910


Hi,


I am working on LDK5910 TI duel core processor. This board comes with rrload as a bootloader. But i am trying to compile a bootloader and kernel using DAS u-boot. U-boot does not have source for LDK5910. I was able to successfully compile u-boot for omap1510-innovator and load it on LDK5910 but not able to load the kernel (uImage.cc) serially. I would appreciate it if any one could share their thoughts on how to go about this issue.

My aim is to modify u-boot code to load it on LDK5910 board.


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