[uClinux-dev] UCLINUX for PALM
HenrySimmons17 at netzero.net
Sun Mar 2 01:10:17 EST 2003
Since you did not get any messages from the PalmOS that is great.
What has happen is the PalmLoader.c has loaded the uClinux startup
code --crt0_ram.S--- and executed the jmp 800 line. Now the
kernel is trying to run. The next step is you are looking for the uClinux
Penguin. Check your make Xconfig setup:
the following 3 must be set to "Y" or "y"..
CONFIG_CONSOLE (Y/n) y
CONFIG_FRAMEBUFFER (Y/n) y
CONFIG_PILOT_CONSOLE (Y/n) y
From: Michael F. Sharp <mikes at tbc.net>
To: <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2003 9:12 PM
Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] UCLINUX for PALM
> Interesting results!
> When I booted the uClinux on the PDA, it went obout ordering pages, and
> then "froze". Well, not really for sure, but at any rate the PDA didn't
> respond, but didn't crash either. I waited for a few more minutes to see
> if anything else would boot, but after 3-4 minutes, I assumed uClinux
> was going as far as it could on my PDA.
> Other interesting observation:
> Upon resetting the PDA, I noticed that the PDA got erased... all,
> including uClinux.prc, but the not the ROM, which tells me that
> something may have worked right, but without any confirmation of an X
> window on the screen, I'm not for sure.
> Isn't there an option for hooking up the PDA to a terminal or something
> while it boots, so I can watch the boot process? I'm thinking it has
> something to do with the Pilot Console option, but not for sure.
Yes but I could not get it working on my m500. Try minicom or Hyperterminal
at 9600 baud 8N1 settings.
>Thanks for all of your help so far =)
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