Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of newport/bootloader


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Timestamp:
11/28/2018 11:50:47 PM (13 months ago)
Author:
Tim Harvey
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    1919[=#hwconfig]
    20 == hwconfig ==
     20== hwconfig
    2121The U-Boot Bootloader by convention provides a {{{hwconfig}}} environment variable which is used by the boot firmware (before U-Boot is loaded and executed) to configure board options at power-up. These options can include things such as:
    2222 * miniPCIe socket functions (ie PCIe vs mSATA vs USB3.0)
     
    2424
    2525[=#socketconfig]
    26 === hwconfig: miniPCIe Socket Configuration ===
     26=== hwconfig: miniPCIe Socket Configuration
    2727Newport board model socket options:
    2828 * GW640x:
     
    9494
    9595[=#serialconfig]
    96 === hwconfig: serial Configuration ===
     96=== hwconfig: serial Configuration
    9797Many boards in the Newport product family provide a 5-pin off-board serial connector that provides the following options:
    9898- 1x RS485 FD (UART2)
     
    129129
    130130[=#distro-config]
    131 === Distro Config ===
     131== Distro Config
    132132The Newport Bootloader uses U-Boot's 'Distro Config' which is a well defined U-Boot env intended to make it easier for distro maintainers to develop compatible bootscripts. This primarily entails a set of 'boot scripts' and variables that control them.
    133133
     
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    141141[=#bootscript]
    142 === Boot Scripts ===
     142== Boot Scripts
    143143When writing bootscripts compatible with [#distro-config Distro Config] you can assume the following env variables:
    144144 - **devtype** - the device type the script was loaded from (mmc|usb|sata)