>Can you explain me why the Bootloader need an Boot
It's a way to communicate. Otherwise how could TI's
bootloader know where to get your code, and where to start the code execution
etc.. Well, the bootloader can specify a fixed address to load the code from and
a fixed length of code size and a fixed entry point to start the code. BUT, he
chose to look smarter and give you a bit more flexibility. So he let you to
decide all those things and put it in the boot table so he could fetch those
>... and how to do one ?
Depends on which interface you want to use. For example, if
you want to use 16bit parallel boot, then just
1)build a boot table according to fig 6 of SPRA602D;
2)put the boot table into data space, keep record of the
boot table starting address, say yyyy;
3)put the boot table address yyyy at I/O space
You are done.Good luck, long way to
From: Rodrigo Rivas [mailto:r...@yahoo.com.ar]
Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 2003 12:21 PM
Subject: [c54x] C5416 Bootloader
Hi all !
I hope that you can help me with this.
I'm facing now the problem of download the
proyect to our prototype board. The problem is that
after read SPRA602 (TMS320VC5416 Bootloader) i have
more questions ...
In that document appears that the Bootloder need
Boot Table that the customer must to do. Can you
explain me why the Bootloader need an Boot Table ?
... and how to do one ?
any information is appreciated, and if out there
documentation of this that you can point out.
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