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Observer silva83
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Registered: ‎05-05-2008

Linux 2.6 without or with MMU on Spartan 3E-500 Starter Kit

Hi,

 

   I built my system on XPS to below Linux 2.6 without or with MMU on Spartan 3E-500 Starter Board. But, I don't know how begin with this implementation. I find some information on web (Petalinux Site), but with there information I don't know what procedure I must take to buitd my kernel linux.

 

   This is, I have some difficulty:

 

     (a) Petalinux give me a window where I can configure my Linux, but this situation is static. Can you give some help how can built a new Linux 2.6 without or with MMU with base on Petalinux!?... A little user guide it would help me!... :)

 

      (b) Petalinux imply that I should use EDK on Linux environment or optionally use a virtual machine or a linux server. I am using a linux server, but on Petalinux site give me low information about this. Can you give some help How can I build an linux aplication and apply it on EDK on windows environment (I am using EDK 10.1)!?...

 

   Thanks

 
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Observer silva83
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Registered: ‎05-05-2008

Re: Linux 2.6 without or with MMU on Spartan 3E-500 Starter Kit

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Registered: ‎03-17-2008

Re: Linux 2.6 without or with MMU on Spartan 3E-500 Starter Kit

You may wish to check out the Avnet Linux for MicroBlaze DVD (http://tinyurl.com/5yowxq).  It is based on the Xilinx Spartan3A1800DSP board, but the instructions in the included tutorial can be adapted to the Spartan3E boards.

 

As an aside - the S3E500 board is really rather small to try and fit a MicroBlaze system with the MPMC and MMU.  Consider using the  Spartan3E1600 or Spartan3A1800 board instead.

 

Best Regards,

Tom

 

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