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Cannot load code on my Dev 82 Board



Hi,

I have just started working with the Developer Board 82 and have 
obviously overlooked something since I am unable to make ktest orflashit 
work.

1. I brought up my board, gave it an IP addresss and got it talking to 
my Intel based development system which is running Redhat 8.0.

2. I pulled down cris-dist-1.25-1.i386.rpm and let RPM install it.

3. I pulled down devboard_82-R1_90.tgz and untared it.

4. I pulled down linux-2.4.20.tar.gz and untared it.

5. I sourced init_env and then ran ./install

6. The install runs fine.

7. When I put the board in boot mode and run ktest, I get a bunch of 
messages as follows:

Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xa6, with no 
preceding
start byte) in match position at 
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82/tools/build/bin/boot_linux line 318, 
<FILE> line 6989.
Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xbd, with no 
preceding
start byte) in match position at 
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82/tools/build/bin/boot_linux line 318, 
<FILE> line 6989.
Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xa4, with no 
preceding
start byte) in match position at 
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82/tools/build/bin/boot_linux line 318, 
<FILE> line 6989.
Argument "7c000008" isn't numeric in int at 
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82/tools/build/bin/boot_linux line 325, 
<FILE> line 6989.
Using internal boot loader: INTERNAL_NW - Network boot (default).
Bootloader corrupt. Should contain ret/nop (0x12345678) at 0xc, but 
contains 43211234

8. When I run flashit I get the following:

Argument "7e013f87" isn't numeric in int at 
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82/tools/build/bin/boot_linux line 325, 
<FILE> line 41.
Can't exec "etrax100boot": Argument list too long at 
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82/tools/build/bin/boot_linux line 241.
/home/psutter/axis/devboard_82 #

I have gone through the install process several times with the same 
results. I would appreciate any guidance.

Thanks,

Phil