Fwd: gta02

Wolfgang Spraul wolfgang at openmoko.com
Wed Feb 27 08:18:34 CET 2008


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> From: "Werner Almesberger" <werner at openmoko.org>
> Date: February 27, 2008 12:33:21 PM GMT+08:00
> To: Lorn Potter <lpotter at trolltech.com>
> Cc: Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at openmoko.com>, Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com 
> >
> Subject: Re: gta02
> Lorn Potter wrote:
>> Well, after several failed attempts, it is booting into the kernel  
>> again,
>> but panics when it cannot mount root.
> Oh, great, you made it ! :-)
> You may have an old partition layout. I'd suggest to just throw
> away the environment and use the default one. (This will also take
> away most of the boot menu.)
> First of all, make sure you have a good serial console, e.g., with
> neocon -t 30 /dev/ttyACM{0,1,2}
> neocon /dev/ttyUSB{0,1,2}
> I usually run both, so that I can catch u-boot wherever it comes up.
> Then bring up u-boot and stop it at the console prompt.
> If your u-boot isn't the latest you can find, upgrade it now with
> pc# dfu-util -a 0 -R -D u-boot.udfu
> gta02# go 0x32000000
> (catch it again)
> pc# dfu-util -a u-boot -R -D u-boot.udfu
> Then erase the environment:
> gta02# nand erase u-boot_env
> reset, catch u-boot again
> gta02# dynpart
> gta02# dynenv set u-boot_env
> gta02# saveenv
> Now you should be able to boot with
> gta02# boot
> Next, you may want to populate the NOR, to make it easier to get past
> any future u-boot breakage.
> - Werner

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