Complete buildroot compiles (apart from downloads) take just about 10=20
minutes on my box. Kernel rebuild once it's already built is about 45=20=
seconds, thanks to ccache. Let me know if/when you're ready, and I can=20=
give you a login on the box to do compiles there.
For the SD/MMC switch, as a stop-gap to reading the partition table,=20
how about if you read 32 and it fails, retry with 97; if that fails=20
too, then error.
On Sep 4, 2004, at 9:24 PM, David Farrell wrote:
> I got a partly working SD card driver=A0with u-boot on a non-gum card.
> u-boot needs more work with partition detection since it=A0locks the
> starting block at 32 which is=A0fine for most mmc cards (though not =
> My SD cards starting (non-secure) partion is=A0=A097 so I can change =
> 32 to a 97 and compile for my SD, obviously auto detect is required.
> When compiled for SD fatinfo fatls & fatload all work fine.=A0 When =
> detect (using partion table on card) works, I'll port it to the PXA.
> As far as linux is concered, if no SD driver exists I try to patch the
> MMC driver to get past=A0the SD initialization then the standard MMC
> code will work. Craig, the linux driver stuff is where I may need some
> assistance, kernel compiles are a little to slow for my linux coding
> experience, iterations take too long...=A0 u-boot is my speed for now.