Re: U-Boot for HoneyComb LX2

From: Bjoern A. Zeeb <bzeeb-lists_at_lists.zabbadoz.net>
Date: Mon, 31 May 2021 13:22:57 +0000
On 31 May 2021, at 12:33, Dmitry Salychev wrote:

Hi,

> I'm working on three ports to compile BL2, BL31, BL32 and BL33 
> (u-boot)
> bootloaders for HoneyComb LX2 in FreeBSD. They're based on what NXP 
> shared in
> their Layerscape SDK and patches from SolidRun [1].
>
> I've managed to compile Reset Configuration Word (rcw), u-boot and ARM 
> trusted
> firmware (atf) and write them to one of the existing images shared by
> SolidRun [2].
>
> However, my HoneyComb LX2 is on a way to me and this is why I cannot 
> try to
> boot the resulted image on my own. I'm really interested how far it'll 
> go, but
> I don't expect anything beyond u-boot. Could somebody who has 
> HoneyComb do me
> a favor and try to boot that image of mine? It should work with 
> DDR4-3200
> only:
>
> 	ftp://mcusim.org/ftp/lx2160acex7_2000_700_3200_8_5_2-2fff64e_changed_bld.img.xz
>
> If you want to take a look at the sysutils/rcw-lx2160acex7,
> sysutils/u-boot-lx2160acex7 and sysutils/atf-lx2160acex7, here is the 
> link:
>
> 	https://github.com/mcusim/freebsd-ports

That’s great news!  I might give it a try.

I’ve got a local tree (on Jan 2021, needs updating to latest and 
re-test before
submit) for the uEFI firmware (not u-boot).

/bz
Received on Mon May 31 2021 - 13:22:57 UTC

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