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Revision as of 13:04, 1 October 2018

Info Box
SDVX.png Applies to SDVX

History[edit | edit source]

Version Date SDVX version Hardware Part Nr Notes
1.0.0 September 2018 SDVX 1.0.0 SDV040000C0R

Introduction[edit | edit source]

This document was written and tested with the software/hardware combination described in the history table above. However, it contains general concepts that can be adapted on any DAVE Embedded Systems' Linux platform.


200px-Emblem-important.svg.png The following programming examples are intended for laboratory usage or for preliminary deployment strategy.

A complete deployment strategy has to be carefully identifiyed taking into account the overall arguments like: boot speed, safe boot, recovery mechanisms, watchdog supervisor, etc.
200px-Emblem-important.svg.png

We'll explain how to program and configure an SDVX to boot in standalone mode, without the need of a system microSD card or an NFS server, with threee options:

  • booting with NOR and NAND internal storage
    • in this configuration the primary boot images will be fetched fomr NOR flash storage, while the root file system will be fetched from NAND flash
  • booting with NAND only
    • in this configuration the whole system will boot without the need of a NOR flash storage, all images and the root file system will be fetched from NAND flash
  • booting with eMMC only
    • in this configuration the whole system will boot without the need of a NOR/NAND flashes storage, all images and the root file system will be fetched from eMMC flash

Program boot images ...[edit | edit source]

200px-Emblem-important.svg.png Select the proper u-boot, kernel and device tree binary images according to the Axel Lite or Axel ULite SOM used 200px-Emblem-important.svg.png

... into NOR flash[edit | edit source]

u-Boot[edit | edit source]

Update to the latest u-boot version allows usage of u-boot environment variables available.

=> run load
Using FEC device
TFTP from server 192.168.0.13; our IP address is 192.168.0.89
Filename 'sdvx/u-boot/sdvx-1.0.0_mx6dl_sfczg_spi_u-boot.imx'.
Load address: 0x12000000
Loading: #################################################################
         #################################################################
         ##
         1.4 MiB/s
done
Bytes transferred = 671788 (a402c hex)
=> run spi_update
SF: Detected S25FL256S with page size 64 KiB, total 32 MiB
=>

kernel image and device tree[edit | edit source]

We assume that the following environment variables are present in u-boot:

loadk=tftpboot ${loadaddr} ${serverip}:${bootfile}
loadfdt=tftpboot ${fdtaddr} ${serverip}:${fdtfile}
spi_updatek=sf erase 200000 800000; sf write ${loadaddr} 200000 ${filesize}
spi_updatefdt=sf erase 180000 80000; sf write ${fdtaddr} 180000 ${filesize}
spi_loadk=sf read ${loadaddr} 200000 800000
spi_loadfdt=sf read ${fdtaddr} 180000 80000
spi_nand=sf probe; run spi_loadk spi_loadfdt nandargs addcons addmisc; if run configid_fixupfdt; then bootm ${loadaddr} - ${fdtaddr}; fi
  • Update the bootfile and fdtfile environment variables to fit the filename as found inside the TFTP server.
  • Program kernel and device tree on NOR flash with the following U-Boot command
sf probe; run loadk spi_updatek loadfdt spi_updatefdt

E.g.:

=> sf probe; run loadk spi_updatek loadfdt spi_updatefdt
SF: Detected S25FL256S with page size 64 KiB, total 32 MiB
Using FEC device
TFTP from server 192.168.0.13; our IP address is 192.168.0.98
Filename 'sdvx/linux/sdvx-1.0.0_lite_uImage'.
Load address: 0x12000000
Loading: #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #############################################
         1.6 MiB/s
done
Bytes transferred = 6437016 (623898 hex)
Using FEC device
TFTP from server 192.168.0.13; our IP address is 192.168.0.89
Filename 'sdvx/linux/sdvx-1.0.0_lite_imx6dl-sfczg-cb0043.dtb'.
Load address: 0x18000000
Loading: #########
         1.2 MiB/s
done
Bytes transferred = 42547 (a633 hex)
=>

Reboot the system and configure U-Boot to apply the new configuration

=> setenv bootcmd run spi_nand
=> saveenv

... into NAND flash[edit | edit source]

u-Boot[edit | edit source]

u-boot on NAND flash must be programmed using NXP kobs-ng utility: this tool is required for writing the correct u-boot image on NAND storing all information needed by bootrom to identify the NAND as a boot device.

Here below an example:

  • boot the system via SD on NFS
  • uses a rfs with kobs-ng utility available on it (e.g. DAVE's rfs provided with XELK)
  • copy the related u-boot imx image file on nfs /home/root (for example)
  • execute kobs-ng passing the parameters for flashing u-boot on NAND
root@imx6qxelk:~# kobs-ng -x -v -w sdvx-1.0.0_mx6dl_sfczg_nand_u-boot.imx
MTD CONFIG:
  chip_0_device_path = "/dev/mtd0"
  chip_1_device_path = "(null)"
  search_exponent = 2
  data_setup_time = 80
  data_hold_time = 60
  address_setup_time = 25
  data_sample_time = 6
  row_address_size = 3
  column_address_size = 2
  read_command_code1 = 0
  read_command_code2 = 48
  boot_stream_major_version = 1
  boot_stream_minor_version = 0
  boot_stream_sub_version = 0
  ncb_version = 3
  boot_stream_1_address = 0
  boot_stream_2_address = 0
         -- We add the 1k-padding to the uboot.
.tmp_kobs_ng: verifying using key '00000000000000000000000000000000'
.tmp_kobs_ng: is a valid bootstream for key '00000000000000000000000000000000'
mtd: use new bch layout raw access mode
mtd: opening: "/dev/mtd0"
NFC geometry :
        ECC Strength       : 2
        Page Size in Bytes : 2071
        Metadata size      : 10
        ECC Chunk Size in byte : 512
        ECC Chunk count        : 4
        Block Mark Byte Offset : 2028
        Block Mark Bit Offset  : 2
====================================================
mtd: opened '/dev/mtd0' - '(null)'
mtd: max_boot_stream_size_in_bytes = 3670016
mtd: boot_stream_size_in_bytes = 672812
mtd: boot_stream_size_in_pages = 329
mtd: #1 0x00100000 - 0x00480000 (0x001a442c)
mtd: #2 0x00480000 - 0x00800000 (0x0052442c)
FCB
  m_u32Checksum = 0x00000000
  m_u32FingerPrint = 0x20424346
  m_u32Version = 0x01000000
  m_NANDTiming.m_u8DataSetup = 80
  m_NANDTiming.m_u8DataHold = 60
  m_NANDTiming.m_u8AddressSetup = 25
  m_NANDTiming.m_u8DSAMPLE_TIME = 6
  m_u32PageDataSize = 2048
  m_u32TotalPageSize = 2112
  m_u32SectorsPerBlock = 64
  m_u32NumberOfNANDs = 0
  m_u32TotalInternalDie = 0
  m_u32CellType = 0
  m_u32EccBlockNEccType = 1
  m_u32EccBlock0Size = 512
  m_u32EccBlockNSize = 512
  m_u32EccBlock0EccType = 1
  m_u32MetadataBytes = 10
  m_u32NumEccBlocksPerPage = 3
  m_u32EccBlockNEccLevelSDK = 0
  m_u32EccBlock0SizeSDK = 0
  m_u32EccBlockNSizeSDK = 0
  m_u32EccBlock0EccLevelSDK = 0
  m_u32NumEccBlocksPerPageSDK = 0
  m_u32MetadataBytesSDK = 0
  m_u32EraseThreshold = 0
  m_u32Firmware1_startingPage = 512
  m_u32Firmware2_startingPage = 2304
  m_u32PagesInFirmware1 = 329
  m_u32PagesInFirmware2 = 329
  m_u32DBBTSearchAreaStartAddress = 256
  m_u32BadBlockMarkerByte = 2028
  m_u32BadBlockMarkerStartBit = 2
  m_u32BBMarkerPhysicalOffset = 2048
  m_u32BCHType = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming2_ReadLatency = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming2_PreambleDelay = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming2_CEDelay = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming2_PostambleDelay = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming2_CmdAddPause = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming2_DataPause = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMSpeed = 0
  m_NANDTMTiming.m_u32TMTiming1_BusyTimeout = 0
  m_u32DISBBM = 0
  m_u32BBMarkerPhysicalOffsetInSpareData = 0
DBBT
  m_u32Checksum = 0x00000000
  m_u32FingerPrint = 0x54424244
  m_u32Version = 0x01000000
  m_u32DBBTNumOfPages = 0
Firmware: image #0 @ 0x100000 size 0xa4800 - available 0x380000
Firmware: image #1 @ 0x480000 size 0xa4800 - available 0x380000
-------------- Start to write the [ FCB ] -----
mtd: erasing @0:0x0-0x20000
mtd: Writing FCB0 [ @0:0x0 ] (840) *
mtd: erasing @0:0x20000-0x40000
mtd: Writing FCB1 [ @0:0x20000 ] (840) *
mtd: erasing @0:0x40000-0x60000
mtd: Writing FCB2 [ @0:0x40000 ] (840) *
mtd: erasing @0:0x60000-0x80000
mtd: Writing FCB3 [ @0:0x60000 ] (840) *
mtd_commit_bcb(FCB): status 0

-------------- Start to write the [ DBBT ] -----
mtd: erasing @0:0x80000-0xa0000
mtd: Writing DBBT0 [ @0:0x80000 ] (800) *
mtd: erasing @0:0xa0000-0xc0000
mtd: Writing DBBT1 [ @0:0xa0000 ] (800) *
mtd: erasing @0:0xc0000-0xe0000
mtd: Writing DBBT2 [ @0:0xc0000 ] (800) *
mtd: erasing @0:0xe0000-0x100000
mtd: Writing DBBT3 [ @0:0xe0000 ] (800) *
mtd_commit_bcb(DBBT): status 0

---------- Start to write the [ .tmp_kobs_ng ]----
mtd: Writting .tmp_kobs_ng: #0 @0: 0x00100000 - 0x001a4800
mtd: erasing @0:0x100000-0x120000
mtd: erasing @0:0x120000-0x140000
mtd: erasing @0:0x140000-0x160000
mtd: erasing @0:0x160000-0x180000
mtd: erasing @0:0x180000-0x1a0000
mtd: erasing @0:0x1a0000-0x1c0000
mtd: The last page is not full : 1068
mtd: We write one page for save guard. *
mtd: Writting .tmp_kobs_ng: #1 @0: 0x00480000 - 0x00524800
mtd: erasing @0:0x480000-0x4a0000
mtd: erasing @0:0x4a0000-0x4c0000
mtd: erasing @0:0x4c0000-0x4e0000
mtd: erasing @0:0x4e0000-0x500000
mtd: erasing @0:0x500000-0x520000
mtd: erasing @0:0x520000-0x540000
mtd: The last page is not full : 1068
mtd: We write one page for save guard. *
root@imx6qxelk:~#

kernel image and device tree[edit | edit source]

We assume that the following environment variables are present in u-boot:

nand_updatek=nand erase.part nand-kernel; nand write ${loadaddr} nand-kernel ${filesize}
nand_updatefdt=nand erase.part nand-fdt; nand write ${fdtaddr} nand-fdt ${filesize}
nand_loadk=nand read ${loadaddr} nand-kernel
nand_loadfdt=nand read ${fdtaddr} nand-fdt
nand_nand=run nand_loadk nand_loadfdt nandargs addcons addmisc; if run configid_fixupfdt; then bootm ${loadaddr} - ${fdtaddr}; fi
  • Update the bootfile and fdtfile environment variables to fit the filename as found inside the TFTP server.
  • Program kernel and device tree on NAND flash with the following U-Boot command
run loadk nand_updatek loadfdt nand_updatefdt

E.g.:

U-Boot > run loadk nand_updatek loadfdt nand_updatefdt
Using FEC device
TFTP from server 192.168.0.13; our IP address is 192.168.0.98
Filename 'sdvx/linux/sdvx-1.0.0_lite_uImage'.
Load address: 0x12000000
Loading: #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #################################################################
         #######################
         1.4 MiB/s
done
Bytes transferred = 6437016 (623898 hex)

NAND erase.part: device 0 offset 0xc00000, size 0x800000
Erasing at 0x13e0000 -- 100% complete.
OK

NAND write: device 0 offset 0xc00000, size 0x623898
 6437016 bytes written: OK
Using FEC device
TFTP from server 192.168.0.13; our IP address is 192.168.0.89
Filename 'sdvx/linux/sdvx-1.0.0_lite_imx6dl-sfczg-cb0043.dtb'.
Load address: 0x18000000
Loading: #########
         525.4 KiB/s
done
Bytes transferred = 42547 (a633 hex)

NAND erase.part: device 0 offset 0xa00000, size 0x100000
Erasing at 0xae0000 -- 100% complete.
OK

NAND write: device 0 offset 0xa00000, size 0xa633
 42547 bytes written: OK
=>

... into eMMC[edit | edit source]

u-Boot[edit | edit source]

Update to the latest u-boot version allows usage of u-boot environment variables available.

mmc_update=mmc dev; setexpr blocks ${filesize} / 0x200; setexpr blocks ${blocks} + 1; mmc write ${loadaddr} 2 ${blocks}
=> run load
Using FEC device
TFTP from server 192.168.0.13; our IP address is 192.168.0.89
Filename 'sdvx/u-boot/sdvx-1.0.0_mx6dl_sfczg_u-boot.imx'.
Load address: 0x12000000
Loading: #################################################################
         #################################################################
         ##
         1.5 MiB/s
done
Bytes transferred = 671788 (a402c hex)
=> run mmc_update
switch to partitions #0, OK
mmc2(part 0) is current device (eMMC)

MMC write: dev # 2, block # 2, count 1313 ... 1313 blocks written: OK
=>

kernel image and device tree[edit | edit source]

We assume that the following environment variables are present in u-boot:

mmc_loadk=fatload mmc ${mmcdev}:1 ${loadaddr} ${bootfile}
mmc_loadfdt=fatload mmc ${mmcdev}:1 ${fdtaddr} ${fdtfile}
mmc_loadsplash=fatload mmc ${mmcdev}:1 ${loadaddr} ${splashfile}; cp.b ${loadaddr} ${splashimage} ${filesize}

Using an SD card or an eMMC device assumes that bootfile, fdtfile and splashfile are stored into fist MMC device partition.

Then, u-boot uses the previous listed commands for reading the binary images and starting the linux bootstrap from the MMC part 2 (which is reserved for the root-file system storage).

The following u-boot environment variables are present for this purposes:

mmcargs=setenv bootargs root=${mmcroot}
mmcroot=/dev/mmcblk2p2 rootwait rw

Program root file system into NAND flash[edit | edit source]

  • Boot the system via SD or NFS as described in the e Quick start guide
  • By default, the NAND is already partitioned to allow booting from NAND-only (see next section) and, thus, some partitions are reserved for u-boot and kernel images. Here we won't modify this default configuration. The MTD partitions can be dumped with /proc/mtd (the partition's name should be self-explanatory)
root@sdvx-lite:~# cat /proc/mtd
dev:    size   erasesize  name
mtd0: 00800000 00020000 "nand-uboot"
mtd1: 00100000 00020000 "nand-env1"
mtd2: 00100000 00020000 "nand-env2"
mtd3: 00100000 00020000 "nand-fdt"
mtd4: 00100000 00020000 "nand-spare"
mtd5: 00800000 00020000 "nand-kernel"
mtd6: 00600000 00020000 "nand-splash"
mtd7: 3e600000 00020000 "nand-ubi"
root@sdvx-lite:~# 


200px-Emblem-important.svg.png Please note that MTD partition index may change depending of flash device availability, flash device size, u-boot environment variables or kernel device driver load order. Always take care of looking inside /proc/mtd to match your specific layout 200px-Emblem-important.svg.png


  • Format and initialize nand-ubi partition, which in our case is mtd7, using UBI with:
ubiformat /dev/mtd7
ubiattach -m 7
ubimkvol /dev/ubi0 -N rootfs -m

E.g.

root@sdvx-lite:~# ubiformat /dev/mtd7
ubiformat: mtd7 (nand), size 1048576000 bytes (1000.0 MiB), 8000 eraseblocks of 131072 bytes (128.0 KiB), min. I/O size 2048 bytes
libscan: scanning eraseblock 7999 -- 100 % complete
ubiformat: 8000 eraseblocks have valid erase counter, mean value is 1
ubiformat: formatting eraseblock 7999 -- 100 % complete
root@sdvx-lite:~# ubiattach -m 7
[ 1714.823600] UBI: attaching mtd7 to ubi0
[ 1726.415587] UBI: scanning is finished
[ 1726.483765] UBI: attached mtd7 (name "nand-ubi", size 1000 MiB) to ubi0
[ 1726.491062] UBI: PEB size: 131072 bytes (128 KiB), LEB size: 126976 bytes
[ 1726.498301] UBI: min./max. I/O unit sizes: 2048/2048, sub-page size 2048
[ 1726.505030] UBI: VID header offset: 2048 (aligned 2048), data offset: 4096
[ 1726.512430] UBI: good PEBs: 8000, bad PEBs: 0, corrupted PEBs: 0
[ 1726.518861] UBI: user volume: 0, internal volumes: 1, max. volumes count: 128
[ 1726.526025] UBI: max/mean erase counter: 3/2, WL threshold: 4096, image sequence number: 623070258
[ 1726.535433] UBI: available PEBs: 7836, total reserved PEBs: 164, PEBs reserved for bad PEB handling: 160
[ 1726.545260] UBI: background thread "ubi_bgt0d" started, PID 714
UBI device number 0, total 8000 LEBs (1015808000 bytes, 968.8 MiB), available 7836 LEBs (994983936 bytes, 948.9 MiB), LEB size 126976 bytes (124.0 KiB)
root@sdvx-lite:~# ubimkvol /dev/ubi0 -N rootfs -m
Set volume size to 994983936
Volume ID 0, size 7836 LEBs (994983936 bytes, 948.9 MiB), LEB size 126976 bytes (124.0 KiB), dynamic, name "rootfs", alignment 1
  • Now mount the UBI volume using UBIFS in a temporary directory
mkdir -p /mnt/nand
mount -t ubifs ubi0_0 /mnt/nand

E.g.:

root@sdvx-lite:~# mkdir -p /mnt/nand
root@sdvx-lite:~# mount -t ubifs ubi0_0 /mnt/nand
[ 1810.301461] UBIFS: default file-system created
[ 1810.308952] UBIFS: background thread "ubifs_bgt0_0" started, PID 717
[ 1810.452274] UBIFS: mounted UBI device 0, volume 0, name "rootfs"
[ 1810.459421] UBIFS: LEB size: 126976 bytes (124 KiB), min./max. I/O unit sizes: 2048 bytes/2048 bytes
[ 1810.469398] UBIFS: FS size: 992698368 bytes (946 MiB, 7818 LEBs), journal size 33521664 bytes (31 MiB, 264 LEBs)
[ 1810.480976] UBIFS: reserved for root: 4952683 bytes (4836 KiB)
[ 1810.487210] UBIFS: media format: w4/r0 (latest is w4/r0), UUID 99D0F3C6-5955-4B30-9E2D-72202281BD30, small LPT model
  • you can now extract the root file system into that directory
tar xvjf sdvx-1.0.1_image-devel-sdvx-lite.tar.bz2 -C /mnt/nand
  • finally, you need to cleanly umount and detach the MTD partition
umount /mnt/nand/
ubidetach -m 7

E.g.

root@sdvx-lite:~# umount /mnt/nand/
[ 2446.743091] UBIFS: un-mount UBI device 0, volume 0
[ 2446.749670] UBIFS: background thread "ubifs_bgt0_0" stops
root@sdvx-lite:~# ubidetach -m 7
[ 2450.738153] UBI: detaching mtd7 from ubi0
[ 2450.759527] UBI: mtd7 is detached from ubi0

You can now safely reboot or turn off the system.

In U-Boot environment check the following variable, which must contain the same MTD partition number used above

nand_args=setenv bootargs root=ubi0:rootfs rootfstype=ubifs rw ubi.mtd=7

Program root file system into eMMC flash[edit | edit source]

  • Boot the system via SD or NFS as described in the e Quick start guide
  • eMMC device has to be partitioned and properly formatted choosing the file system for each partition
  • an example of SD partitioning script is the following one:
#!/bin/sh

node=$1

# partition size in MB
BOOTLOAD_RESERVE=8
BOOT_ROM_SIZE=128
RFS_SIZE=2048

# create the SDCARD partition
part=""
echo ${node} | grep mmcblk > /dev/null
if [ "$?" -eq "0" ]; then
        part="p"
fi

# print the SD total capacity
total_size=`sfdisk -s ${node}`
total_size=`expr ${total_size} / 1024`
echo SD total size: ${total_size}KB

# calculate partition sizes
boot_start=`expr ${BOOTLOAD_RESERVE} \\* 1024 \\* 1024 / 512`
boot_size=`expr ${BOOT_ROM_SIZE} \\* 1024 \\* 1024 / 512`
rfs_start=`expr ${boot_size} + ${boot_start}`
rfs_size=`expr ${RFS_SIZE} \\* 1024 \\* 1024 / 512`

umount ${node}${part}1 > /dev/null 2>&1
umount ${node}${part}2 > /dev/null 2>&1

# call sfdisk to create partition table
{ echo ${boot_start},${boot_size},0c,-; echo ${rfs_start},${rfs_size},83,-; } | sfdisk --force ${node}

# format the SDCARD partition
echo "formatting boot"
mkfs.vfat -F 32 -n boot ${node}${part}1
echo "formatting rfs"
mkfs.ext4 -F ${node}${part}2 -Lrfs

E.g.

root@sdvx-lite:~# ./sdcard-partition.sh /dev/mmcblk2
SD total size: 3776KB
[ 1341.905014]  mmcblk2: p1 p2
Checking that no-one is using this disk right now ... OK

Disk /dev/mmcblk2: 3.7 GiB, 3959422976 bytes, 7733248 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical):[ 1341.922729]  mmcblk2: p1 p2
 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disklabel type: dos
Disk identifier: 0xa77eb3f0

Old situation:

Device         Boot  Start     End Sectors  Size Id Type
/dev/mmcblk2p1        2048  264191  262144  128M  c W95 FAT32 (LBA)
/dev/mmcblk2p2      264192 4458495 4194304    2G 83 Linux

>>> Created a new DOS disklabel with disk identifier 0xcce0c36f.
Created a new partition 1 of type 'W95 FAT32 (LBA)' and of size 128 MiB.
/dev/mmcblk2p2: Created a new partition 2 of type 'Linux' and of size 2 GiB.
/dev/mmcblk2p3:
New situation:

Device         Boot  Start     End Sectors  Size Id Type
/dev/mmcblk2p1       16384  278527  262144  128M  c W95 FAT32 (LBA)
/dev/mmcblk2p2      278528 4472831 4194304    2G 83 Linux

The partition table has been altered.
Calling ioctl() to re-read partition table.
Syncing disks.
formatting boot
mkfs.fat 3.0.28 (2015-05-16)
mkfs.fat: warning - lowercase labels might not work properly with DOS or Windows
formatting rfs
mke2fs 1.43-WIP (18-May-2015)
Discarding device blocks: done
Creating filesystem with 524288 4k blocks and 131072 inodes
Filesystem UUID: 9a685543-1af2-4e39-83f3-b8a32248c021
Superblock backups stored on blocks:
        32768, 98304, 163840, 229376, 294912

Allocating group tables: done
Writing inode tables: done
Creating journal (16384 blocks): done
Writing superblocks and filesystem accounting information: done

root@sdvx-lite:~#
  • Now mount the EXT4 volume in a temporary directory
mkdir -p /mnt/emmc
mount /dev/mmcblk2p2 /mnt/nand

E.g.:

root@sdvx-lite:~# mount /dev/mmcblk2p2 /mnt/emmc
[ 1810.899327] EXT4-fs (mmcblk2p2): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
root@sdvx-lite:~# cd /mnt/emmc
  • you can now extract the root file system into that directory
tar xvjf sdvx-1.0.1_image-devel-sdvx-lite.tar.bz2
  • finally, you need to cleanly umount and safely reboot or turn off the system.
root@sdvx-lite:~# cd
root@sdvx-lite:~# umount /mnt/emmc
root@sdvx-lite:~# reboot

Reboot the system and configure U-Boot to apply the new configuration

=> setenv bootcmd run mmcboot
=> saveenv