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My-Hong Vuong
Hi all,

I'm working with an MPC860T on a custom designed board, using
ppcboot-2.0.0.  I've only recently tried to turn on the POSTs that is
offered with ppcboot/uboot and have tried to
#define CONFIG_POST (CFG_POST_RTC | \
                        CFG_POST_MEMORY     | \
  CFG_POST_CPU | \
                        CFG_POST_CACHE | \
                        CFG_POST_UART | \
                        CFG_POST_ETHER \
                        )

However, on compilation, I get the following:

{standard input}: Assembler messages:
{standard input}:513: Error: Relocation cannot be done when using
-mrelocatable
{standard input}:519: Error: Relocation cannot be done when using
-mrelocatable
{standard input}:525: Error: Relocation cannot be done when using
-mrelocatable
make[1]: *** [post.o] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/vobs/wecc/ppcboot-2.0.0/post'
make: *** [subdirs] Error 1
myhong at nemo /vobs/wecc/ppcboot-2.0.0 $powerpc-linux-gcc -dumpversion
3.0.4

Any ideas?  should I be able to compile this with version 3.0.4?  If
so, how can I get this to work?

Thanks in advance,
My Hong Vuong

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[U-Boot-Users] MPC860T POST

Wolfgang Denk
In message <sef6ed4e.055 at gw_tus_syd3.tus.au.thales> you wrote:
>
> I'm working with an MPC860T on a custom designed board, using
> ppcboot-2.0.0.  I've only recently tried to turn on the POSTs that is

PPCBoot is dead. Please use U-Boot instead.

> offered with ppcboot/uboot and have tried to
> #define CONFIG_POST (CFG_POST_RTC | \
> CFG_POST_MEMORY     | \
>   CFG_POST_CPU | \
> CFG_POST_CACHE | \
> CFG_POST_UART | \
> CFG_POST_ETHER \
> )
>
> However, on compilation, I get the following:
>
> {standard input}: Assembler messages:
> {standard input}:513: Error: Relocation cannot be done when using
> -mrelocatable
> {standard input}:519: Error: Relocation cannot be done when using
> -mrelocatable
> {standard input}:525: Error: Relocation cannot be done when using
> -mrelocatable

You have omitted the interesting part: the command line  causing  the
error.  It  seems  to  me  you are not using the correct command line
switches.

> Any ideas?  should I be able to compile this with version 3.0.4?  If
> so, how can I get this to work?

Version 3.0.4 of what?


Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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[U-Boot-Users] Boot the linux kernel from floppy disk

Wilson Lo
 --- Wolfgang Denk <wd at denx.de> ??????> In
message <sef6ed4e.055 at gw_tus_syd3.tus.au.thales>

> you wrote:
> >
> > I'm working with an MPC860T on a custom designed
> board, using
> > ppcboot-2.0.0.  I've only recently tried to turn
> on the POSTs that is
>
> PPCBoot is dead. Please use U-Boot instead.
>
> > offered with ppcboot/uboot and have tried to
> > #define CONFIG_POST (CFG_POST_RTC | \
> > CFG_POST_MEMORY     | \
> >   CFG_POST_CPU | \
> > CFG_POST_CACHE | \
> > CFG_POST_UART | \
> > CFG_POST_ETHER \
> > )
> >
> > However, on compilation, I get the following:
> >
> > {standard input}: Assembler messages:
> > {standard input}:513: Error: Relocation cannot be
> done when using
> > -mrelocatable
> > {standard input}:519: Error: Relocation cannot be
> done when using
> > -mrelocatable
> > {standard input}:525: Error: Relocation cannot be
> done when using
> > -mrelocatable
>
> You have omitted the interesting part: the command
> line  causing  the
> error.  It  seems  to  me  you are not using the
> correct command line
> switches.
>
> > Any ideas?  should I be able to compile this with
> version 3.0.4?  If
> > so, how can I get this to work?
>
> Version 3.0.4 of what?
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Wolfgang Denk
>
> --
> Software Engineering:  Embedded and Realtime
> Systems,  Embedded Linux
> Phone: (+49)-8142-4596-87  Fax: (+49)-8142-4596-88
> Email: wd at denx.de
> Another Armenia, Belgium ... the weak innocents who
> always seem to be
> located on a natural invasion route.
> -- Kirk, "Errand of Mercy", stardate 3198.4
>
>
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[U-Boot-Users] Boot the linux kernel from floppy disk

Wilson Lo
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Hi,

   I would like to boot the linux kernel from the
floppy disk on Sandpoint system. I read the source
code where it has an initialization code for Windbone
83C553F. I think I only need to load the floppy
driver. I am not familar with this. Do anyone talk me
how to do it ? Thanks


Wilson


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Wolfgang Denk
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In message <20030623101403.88463.qmail at web21103.mail.yahoo.com> you wrote:
>  --- Wolfgang Denk <wd at denx.de> ???l?????e?G> In
...

Why do you quote my message without adding any text yourself?

Wolfgang Denk

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