I've been trying to get MVIP going on my BeagleBoard-XM (A2) and have so far been unsuccessful. I followed the 'Booting MontaVista Linux 6 on the BeagleBoard' white paper, changing the MLO and u-boot.bin to the latest version.Attempted to boot image: uImage-2.6.29-1103151715-ti-omap3-beagle.binResult: U-Boot 2010.03 (Feb 20 2011 - 20:15:58)OMAP3630/3730-GP ES1.0, CPU-OPP2, L3-165MHz, OMAP3 Beagle board + LPDDR/NANDI2C: readyDRAM: 512 MBNAND: 256 MiBIn: serialOut: serialErr: serialProbing for expansion boards, if none are connected you'll see a harmless I2C error. No EEPROM on expansion boardBeagle xM Rev ADie ID #0b7e00001bf00000015739ea0701000fHit any key to stop autoboot: 0
Jason Kridner is best known in the Embedded Linux Community for his work on the BeagleBoard project. As the lead evangelist of the BeagleBoard project at Texas Instruments, Jason participates tirelessly in the Embedded Linux community mentoring and training developers new to the BeagleBoard or to embedded development in general. Jason has conducted several extremely popular hands-on hacking sessions at Embedded Linux conferences and continues to move the community forward at every opportunity.The following is an interview with Jason where he shares a little about his current work and passions.
Koen Kooi is best known in the Embedded Linux Community for his work on the OpenEmbedded Project, and Angstrom Distribution. Koen tirelessly provides support to the BeagleBoard community and can be found demonstrating the capabilities of the BeagleBoard at many of the Embedded Linux conferences around the world.The following is an interview with Koen where he shares a little about his current work and passions.
Philip Ballister is best known in the Embedded Linux community for his work on OpenEmbedded and OpenSDR projects. Philip presents frequently at global Embedded Linux conferences as well as various symposiums specific to Software Defined Radio (SDR). An advocate for open hardware and software systems, Philip can be found providing detailed technical support to the Embedded Linux community online within the BeagleBoard, OpenEmbedded, and OpenSDR communities.The following is an interview with Philip where he tells us a little about his current work and passions.