Re: Using the Cortex M4 on IMX7D
Am 26.02.21 um 17:27 schrieb Kumar Gala:
Thanks for your reply.On Feb 26, 2021, at 3:43 AM, Michael Graichen <michael.graichen@...> wrote:I don’t believe the remoteproc loading was ever supported for the imx family with zephyr. This is something you’d need to add support for. I think it might be supported on the STM32 MP1 as an example. (I added Arnaud on CC as he added the STM32 MP1 support).
This link was the reason why I thought to give it a try. But I'm using barebox as a bootloader right now, so I thought to test "the Linux way" first. I guess I will test u-boot next week.
I have looked over the boot instruction from the link.
u-boot is using the plain .bin file for loading the M4 while remoteproc is using the .elf file.
Is it right that all those environment variables, especially 'setenv m4addr 0x007f800' that are set in u-boot before booting the M4 should come out of the resource table when using remoteproc?
Do you have more information about how a resource table for the IMX7-M4 should look like?
Have a great weekend.