[Not SPAM]Any low cost solution for flash programming on PowerPC405GP JTAG?
@_@ Why my post is filtered along with other damn SPAMs...
I have a PowerPC 405GP Walnut eval board. Recently, by accident,
the flash which stores U-Boot is corrupted. Therefore the board cannot
boot now. I want to use the JTAG port on the board to rewrite the
flash with new U-Boot. I found many products for this propers, but
they are too expensive for me. It costs $1000-$3000... >_< Eg:
BDI2000, Silicon Probe... What I really want is simply use JTAG
wiggler and a flash programmer to download uboot into flash. That's
all! Nothing else. It would be very pleased if anyone can tell me some
relatively low cost method to do so.
Thank you very much.
Re: [Not SPAM]Any low cost solution for flash programming on PowerPC 405GP JTAG?
On Tue, 22 Apr 2008, in the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.embedded, in article
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>@_@ Why my post is filtered along with other damn SPAMs...[/color]
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