Sascha Hauer s.hauer at pengutronix.de
Sun Mar 3 08:16:32 EST 2013

On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 09:11:53PM -0600, Nathan wrote:
> “UBOOT2 JMP ” is what displays during bootup using VirtualBox.

There may be something broken on x86 support.

> This is after compiling with:
> export ARCH=x86
> make generic_defconfig
> make
> fdisk /dev/sdb...partition...mkfs.ext2 /dev/sdb1
> ./scripts/setupmbr/setupmbr –s 32 –m ./barebox.bin –d /dev/sdb
> I think there may be something I’m missing after “setupmbr” or I need
> to change a config value after setting “generic_defconfig”.  My end
> goal is to use barebox on my ODroid. I was “somewhat” familiar with
> syslinux but learned it doesn’t support ARM. I learned that Samsung
> Exynos in the ODroid uses UBoot and that barebox is the next evolution
> of uboot. I’m hoping it will be forward compatible (uboot in SoC calls
> barebox in MBR of SD which calls my linux kernel in SD partition).

When you want to use barebox on the ODroid, why do you build it for x86
then? You have to build for ARM. Unfortunately the Exynos is not
yet supported, so you would have to do the porting effort yourself.


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