09-10-2009 05:09 AM
09-10-2009 06:56 AM
The .kdi files that BlueCat generates are monolithic binary blobs -- very easy to relocate from flash. So something very like the procedure outlined in XAPP1140
will work for you. Some modification on your part will be needed since XAPP1140 expects to start with an ELF file, which .kdi images are not.
09-10-2009 11:14 PM - edited 09-11-2009 01:36 AM
Thanks for your answer. Is XAPP1106 not better to use for me!
My main question is: How can I build flash files such as done in UG486 for the Spartan3A board
And how can I make my own bootloader.
At this moment I am a newbie!
I've seen in UG486, there are three files!
1. s3adsp_devl_kit_demo.kdi (7MB)
2. s3adsp_devl_kit_demo_flash.jffs2 (7,5MB)
3. s3adsp_devl_kit_demo_flash.kdi (700KB)
I can build the first file using BlueCat Linux Cygwin => make all
now I need to build the flash version! How can I do this?
09-11-2009 07:19 AM
If you want a 'real' bootloader, Blucat includes the fairly full featured BLOSH. BlueCat is a commercial product; were they unable to assist with it?