uboot version? wiki not accurate
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Thu Oct 23 10:41:35 CEST 2008
Helmut Tessarek wrote:
> I'm still using my original uboot version and I think it is time to upgrade.
> Unfortunately the wiki seems not to be accurate, because it states the following:
> The latest bootloader binary builds can be found under
> http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/ .
> All versions of the GTA02 (Neo FreeRunner) that have been sold to the public are
> version 5 hardware, so look for a file with "gta02" and "v5" in the name, for
> example: uboot-gta02v5-latest.bin
> This is the listing of the above link:
> [ ] dfu-util 22-Oct-2008 01:31 579K
> [ ] gta01bv4-lowlevel.bin 22-Oct-2008 01:31 280
> [ ] gta01bv4-u-boot.bin 22-Oct-2008 01:31 214K
> [ ] gta02v5_and_up-lowlevel.bin 22-Oct-2008 01:31 308
> [ ] gta02v5_and_up-u-boot.bin 22-Oct-2008 01:31 211K
> [ ] testing-om-gta01-20081021.rootfs.jffs2 22-Oct-2008 01:31 34M
> [ ] testing-om-gta01-20081021.rootfs.tar.gz 22-Oct-2008 01:31 28M
> [ ] testing-om-gta01-20081022.uImage.bin 22-Oct-2008 01:31 1.7M
> [ ] testing-om-gta02-20081021.rootfs.jffs2 22-Oct-2008 01:31 41M
> [ ] testing-om-gta02-20081021.rootfs.tar.gz 22-Oct-2008 01:31 30M
> [ ] testing-om-gta02-20081022.uImage.bin 22-Oct-2008 01:31 1.7M
> I assume that gta02v5_and_up-u-boot.bin is the correct image, but how can I be sure?
> Furthermore, what is gta02v5_and_up-lowlevel.bin?
> Is there a stable version of uboot, or are there only daily builds available?
The only thing i can say is that gta02v5_and_up-u-boot.bin is the actual
u-boot firmware. I used this to reflash my u-boot for several times. I
don't know what the lowlevel file is for and i never used it up to now.
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