Booting the system via NFS (BELK/BXELK)
History[edit | edit source]
|1.0.0||November 2015||3.0.0||First release|
Instructions[edit | edit source]
It is assumed that the development environment has been set up properly as described here.
Assuming that: the CPU module is booting with a working FSBL and U-Boot image (either from flash NOR SPI or flash NAND or MicroSD card) a kernel image is available and ready to be downloaded through tftp the root file system has been uncompressed into a nfs share the system can boot using the net_nfs1 configuration, as described in http://wiki.dave.eu/index.php/Booting_Linux_Kernel#Configuration_net_nfs
The net_nfs configuration, besides setting the system for booting from the network, triggers a command (program_fpga) which loads the FPGA binary from TFTP and programs the bitstream