Debian on the Nano problems

Xiangfu Liu xiangfu at sharism.cc
Sun May 30 06:30:10 EDT 2010


Hi

there is nothing wrong with uboot. the problem is the kernel or rootfs.
please use this uboot[1]. REMEMBER this is tmp file. I will remove that when
next release come out.

this uboot will put kernel message to LCD. then you can find which step is wrong.

> I can flash correctly openwrt and debian-lenny,

dose the openwrt works fine?

[1]http://downloads.qi-hardware.com/people/xiangfu/tmp/openwrt-xburst-qi_lb60-u-boot.bin
On 05/30/2010 05:52 PM, Rubén Berenguel wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I guess I am having some problem reflashing the Ben to install Debian.
> When I try to write uboot, it does not end with "SUCCESS" but with:
>
> Current device information:
> CPU type is Ingenic XBurst Jz4740
> Crystal work at 12MHz, the CCLK up to 252MHz and PMH_CLK up to 84MHz
> SDRAM Total size is 32 MB, work in 4 bank and 16 bit mode
> Nand page per block 128, Nand page size 4096, ECC offset in OOB 12,
> bad block offset in OOB 0, bad block page 127, use 1 plane mode
>   Execute command: nprog 0 openwrt-xburst-u-boot.bin 0 0 -n
>   Programing No.0 device, flen 444660, start page 0...
>   CPU data: Boot4740
>   Erasing No.0 device No.0 flash (start_blk 0 blk_num 1)......
>   Finish! Return: 80 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 (position 1)
>   Force erase, no bad block infomation!
>   Size to send 444660, transfer_size 524288
>   Image type : without oob
>   It will cause 1 times buffer transfer.
>   Writing NAND page 0 len 446464...
>   CPU data: Boot4740
>   Finish! (len 446464 start_page 0 page_num 109)
>   Checking 446464 bytes... no check! End at Page: 109
>
> As you can see it does not succeed, but when I try to do a full erase,
> it only shows:
>
>   Erasing No.0 device No.0 flash (start_blk 0 blk_num 4096)......
>   Finish! Return: 00 00 08 00 00 00 00 00 (position 4096)
>   Force erase, no bad block infomation!
>
> But in my  /etc/xburst-tools/usbboot.cfg file, NAND_FORCEERASE = 1
>
> I can flash correctly openwrt and debian-lenny, the Nano shows the
> quick text showing it is uncompressing the kernel, and then nothing
> (black screen). It will not show anything under Ctrl-Alt-F2 (or any
> other F), or Alt-F2 (or any other F) and it can't be accesssed via
> SSH. Also with several different tries the led light was off while the
> USB cable was on.
>
> Any hints will be very welcome!
>
> Ruben
>
>


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Xiangfu Liu
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