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JunGo



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PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2017 10:52 pm    Post subject: Linux kernel boot problem Reply with quote

Hi,
I installed ARM gcc toolchain, and build the linux kernel.
I made the zImage and copy it to the ArmIntegratorCP.
When I started to execute the system, the system shuts down with the messages below.
Is there any problem with my setting option?


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----> Settings:
Tool settings:
Target Processor: ARM926EJ-S
Toolchains: armv7.toolchain
Linux version : 3.2.13
Architecture: Imperas_ivap_Linux_ArmIntegratorCP(v20170201.0)
Prefix: arm-none-eabi-
Build command: make



---------------->messages:
SystemC 2.3.0-ASI --- Aug 1 2012 13:31:42
Copyright (c) 1996-2012 by all Contributors,
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Constructing.


CpuManagerMulti (64-Bit) v20170201.0 Open Virtual Platform simulator from www.IMPERAS.com.
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CpuManagerMulti started: Wed May 3 06:48:40 2017


Info (OP_AL) Found attribute symbol 'modelAttrs' in file '/home/jsg/Imperas.20170201/lib/Linux64/ImperasLib/arm.ovpworld.org/processor/arm/1.0/model.so'
Info (OP_AL) Found attribute symbol 'modelAttrs' in file '/home/jsg/Imperas.20170201/lib/Linux64/ImperasLib/arm.ovpworld.org/peripheral/KbPL050/1.0/model.so'
Info (OP_AL) Found attribute symbol 'modelAttrs' in file '/home/jsg/Imperas.20170201/lib/Linux64/ImperasLib/arm.ovpworld.org/peripheral/MmciPL181/1.0/model.so'
Starting sc_main.
default time resolution = 1 ns
Info (PSE_SER) 'top.uart1' Connected to 41833
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: boardid: using default value 275 (0x00000113)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: memsize: using default value 134217728 (0x08000000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: physicalbase: using default value 0 (0x00000000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: stackpointer: using default value 134217728 (0x08000000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: kerneladdr: using default value 65536 (0x00010000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: initrdaddr: using default value 13631488 (0x00d00000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: atagsaddr: using default value 256 (0x00000100)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: bootaddr: using default value 65536 (0x00010000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: kernel: set to zImage
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: command: set to console=ttyAMA0,38400n8
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: Linux kernel command line set to: 'console=ttyAMA0,38400n8'
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: initrd: set to fs.img
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: Writing bootloader to 0x00000000, size 44
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: kernel image file zImage loaded (1761576 bytes @ 0x00010000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: initrd image file fs.img loaded (3365269 bytes @ 0x00d00000)
Info (SMARTLOADER_LINUX) top.smartLoader: Writing atags to 0x00000100, size 92
Warning (PIT) top.pit: writing read-only timer register




------------>Booted Linux kernel message


Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel.
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