On Monday 24 June 2002 07:58 pm, Pering, Trevor wrote:
> We are currently using blob on our sa-1110 platform, and are getting ready
> to start on a PXA250-based system. According to Erik
>. html), RedBoot is the only bootloader to currently support PXA250.
> The question is, should we port blob to PXA250 and try to use that, or jump
> ship to RedBoot. On quick analysis it seems that RedBoot is a bit
> heavyweight for what we need -- Blob is about right... Any body know if it
> would be relatively easy, or is BLOB pretty much tied to SA-1110?
I've been working on an armboot port for the Intel Lubbock and a custom
PXA250 design. It works, but needs some cleanup. And I have an issue with the
amount of time it takes to decompress and boot a kernel. I have not released
any code yet but can send you a bootleg version if you like.
> I've been working on an armboot port for the Intel Lubbock and a
> custom PXA250 design. It works, but needs some cleanup. And I have an
> issue with the amount of time it takes to decompress and boot a
> kernel. I have not released any code yet but can send you a bootleg
> version if you like.
Consider asking Eric for CVS access to Blob.
Not only will he give one to you, which simplifies development --- but
he and others (Stefan etc.) will also make valuable comments on your
sourcecode which improves code-quality.
This is from my own experience, I once ported Blob to the SA-1110 based
Accelent IDP. :-)
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