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RE: [bluetooth-dev] ftp fimage flash problem..!
My flash size is only 2 MB.But as you said the
image generated is for 4 MB.I edited the ptablespec
file (flash1 I moved from 0x3a0000 to 0x1a0000) and
did make fimage and I got the following error:
****** PROBLEM: image this far exceeds alignment
offset - it is too large! "
Could you please tell me how I can compile the
new image for 2 MB flash instead of 4MB.
OLD (for 4 MB flash on dev board)
# name size rw-options type image-file
rescue 0x010000 ro rescue rescue.img
flash1 0x3a0000 rw kernel flash1.img
flash2 0x050000 rw jffs flash2.img
NEW (for 2 MB flash on Axis 9010)????
Could you please tell me what changes I need to
make for getting this to work?
--- Peter Kjellerstedt <email@example.com>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: owner-bluetooth-dev On Behalf Of axis
> > Sent: 20 November 2003 10:43
> > To: Bluetooth-dev
> > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [bluetooth-dev] ftp fimage flash
> > Sir,
> > Iam trying to flash new image onto access
> > and it gave "Partition table differs from flash
> > partition table. Verify file and try again."
> > my ptablespec is
> > [ptable]
> > # name size rw-options type image-file
> > rescue 0x010000 ro rescue rescue.img
> > flash1 0x3a0000 rw kernel flash1.img
> > flash2 0x050000 rw jffs flash2.img
> > Actually the partition table on the old image
> > the access point is the following:(Is the problem
> > because of the difference in size of flash1 image?
> To be able to upload a new image using FTP, the
> tables must match exactly. This includes the sizes
> the rw-options.
> To be able to use an image with a different
> table, you must upgrade using the etrax100boot tool.
> This is most easily done by using the boot_linux
> i.e., put the access point in network boot mode and
> execute 'boot_linux -f'.
> > Found a valid partition table at
> > 0xf001000a-0xf0010056.
> > /dev/flash1 at 0x00010000, size 0x001a0000
> > /dev/flash2 at 0x001b0000, size 0x00050000
> This is only 2MB. Is this an old AXIS 9010 (v1.xx),
> did the previous image only use 2 out of the 4 MB
> > Adding readonly flash partition for romfs image:
> > /dev/flash3 at 0x000a9ced, size 0x00104000
> > I tried to do make fimage with changing size
> > flash1,but I got an ("****** PROBLEM: image this
> > exceeds alignment offset - it is too large!")
> > Please can any one tell me how I can get rid
> > this problem and upload the new image...
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