>Can you see what is *at* >0x48000000? It's supposed to be >the PXA OStimer
>autoincrements itself. It's set >to 0 just before that loop, then >we're
>to wait until it exceeds 0x300, >which should be reallyt fast.
Whoops, according to the pxa255 dev manual, 48000000 is the SDRAM
configuration register. OS timer count register is at 40a00010. So either
the pointer value is not being loaded into R3 correctly (or at all) or the
register is being corrupted. I need go look for the value of =OSCR. Anybody
know where it's defined?
>You should be able to grab the old >one off sf.net -- the one you want >is
>the .zip file, which I think the >last version of was 0.72 or >thereabouts.
I can't see anything on SF other than the Uboot 1.1.1-r48 and root_fs
1.0r-48 and 1.0-r28. Where would the zip file be?
Not able to spend a lot of time on this right now as I have to do my "real"
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