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From the FreeBSD src tree run:
 
From the FreeBSD src tree run:
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make buildworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t
 
make buildworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t
 
make installworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t DESTDIR=/path/to/root/fs
 
make installworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t DESTDIR=/path/to/root/fs
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You will now need to trim down /path/to/root to remove things noot needed to test in single user mode
 
You will now need to trim down /path/to/root to remove things noot needed to test in single user mode
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makefs -B little /path/to/root.ufs /path/to/root/fs
 
makefs -B little /path/to/root.ufs /path/to/root/fs
 
make buildkernel TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t KERNCONF=NEO1973 -DNO_MODULES MFS_IMAGE=/path/to/root.ufs
 
make buildkernel TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t KERNCONF=NEO1973 -DNO_MODULES MFS_IMAGE=/path/to/root.ufs
 
mkimage -A arm -O freebsd -T kernel -C none -a 30008000 -e 30008000 -n "Kernel Image" -d /usr/obj/path/to/kernel /usr/obj/same/path/kernel.boot
 
mkimage -A arm -O freebsd -T kernel -C none -a 30008000 -e 30008000 -n "Kernel Image" -d /usr/obj/path/to/kernel /usr/obj/same/path/kernel.boot
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You will now have a copy of FreeBSD that is able to be loaded by u-boot.
 
You will now have a copy of FreeBSD that is able to be loaded by u-boot.

Revision as of 10:52, 14 October 2008

Interested in using FreeBSD on the Neo1973 or as a Host OS? Get in touch with mn -at- bsdgroup.de and andrew -at- fubar.geek.nz, they are currently exploring what to do about this.


Contents

Running FreeBSD in Qemu-neo1973

A FreeBSD port is only ready for kernel developers.

Required tools

You will need:

  1. mkimage from u-boot. It's available in ports in devel/u-boot
  2. makefs from ports in sysutils/makefs

Qemu

To build Qemu on FreeBSD to test and develop FreeBSD on the Neo's:

  1. Use subversion to checkout https://svn.openmoko.org/trunk/src/host/qemu-neo1973
  2. In gnokiigsm/device.h comment out the declaration for device_read and device_write, see Talk:Openmoko under QEMU#FreeBSD_and_Qemu...
  3. Edit Makefile.target, search for the line LIBS+=-lm and insert "-L/usr/lib" before "-lm"
  4. If your running FreeBSD on an AMD64 edit x86_64.ld and remove all occurrences of ONLY_IF_RO and ONLY_IF_RW
  5. Run ./configure --target-list=arm-softmmu and gmake
  6. Edit openmoko/flash.sh to add kernel_image="/path/to/kernel.boot" between the calls to most_recent and where it prints the kernel image it will use

Building FreeBSD

You will need to download http://fubar.geek.nz/files/freebsd/neo1973/neo-20080629.tar.bz2 to build FreeBSD for the Neo1973.

From the FreeBSD src tree run:

make buildworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t
make installworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t DESTDIR=/path/to/root/fs

You will now need to trim down /path/to/root to remove things noot needed to test in single user mode

makefs -B little /path/to/root.ufs /path/to/root/fs
make buildkernel TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t KERNCONF=NEO1973 -DNO_MODULES MFS_IMAGE=/path/to/root.ufs
mkimage -A arm -O freebsd -T kernel -C none -a 30008000 -e 30008000 -n "Kernel Image" -d /usr/obj/path/to/kernel /usr/obj/same/path/kernel.boot

You will now have a copy of FreeBSD that is able to be loaded by u-boot.

Running FreeBSD

From the qemu directory run

./openmoko/download.sh
./openmoko/flash.sh

This will fetch the required parts and create an image to run. They require you to have bash installed.

Finally run qemu with

arm-softmmu/qemu-system-arm -M gta01 -m 130 -mtdblock openmoko/openmoko-flash.image -kernel openmoko/openmoko-kernel.bin -usb -show-cursor

It will display "Kernel loading..." with no further messages.

You can append

-serial telnet:localhost:1200,server

to the qemu startup line to start a telnet server which represents the serial console, just

telnet localhost 1200

and qemu will go on with the startup process.

Useful pages

GTA02 Openness

Next steps

  • Drivers:
    • LCD
    • MMC
    • USB

Using a Kernel Testimage

Another method of getting the kernel into the neo is to use an image for the emulated sd card. I already have a file called sd.img ( dd'ed from a 32mb usb stick).

cp /usr/obj/arm/usr/src/sys/NEO1973/kernel .
/usr/obj/arm/usr/src/tmp/usr/bin/objcopy -O binary kernel
sudo mdconfig -a -t vnode -f sd.img
sudo mount_msdosfs /dev/md0s1 /mnt/tmp
sudo cp kernel /mnt/tmp/
sudo umount /mnt/tmp
sudo mdconfig -d -u 0
arm-softmmu/qemu-system-arm -M neo -m 130 -mtdblock openmoko/openmoko-flash.image -kernel openmoko/openmoko-kernel.bin -sd sd.img -usb -show-cursor -serial telnet:localhost:1200,server

In another terminal:

telnet localhost 1200
mmcinit
fatload mmc 0 0x30008000 kernel
go 0x30008000

And wait for the crash :)

Kernel Constants

  • KERNVIRTADDR is the virtual address at which the kernel is loaded (and linked) (0xc0008000)
  • KERNPHYSADDR is the physical address at which the kernel is loaded (0x30008000)
  • PHYSADDR is the physical address of the RAM (0x30000000)
  • KERNBASE is the virtual address of the beginning of the kernel virtual address space (0xc0000000)
  • STARTUP_PAGETABLE_ADDR is a physical address, suitable for the very early pagetable we build in locore.S (0x30800000)
  • FLASHADDR is the address of the flash, virtual or physical depending on what the loader does (??)
  • LOADERRAMADDR the address at which the loader maps the RAM if we're running with the MMU enabled, and the physical address if not (??)

Headers

u-boot header size: 64 Bytes elf header size: ??

Personal tools

Interested in using FreeBSD on the Neo1973 or as a Host OS? Get in touch with mn -at- bsdgroup.de and andrew -at- fubar.geek.nz, they are currently exploring what to do about this.


Running FreeBSD in Qemu-neo1973

A FreeBSD port is only ready for kernel developers.

Required tools

You will need:

  1. mkimage from u-boot. It's available in ports in devel/u-boot
  2. makefs from ports in sysutils/makefs

Qemu

To build Qemu on FreeBSD to test and develop FreeBSD on the Neo's:

  1. Use subversion to checkout https://svn.openmoko.org/trunk/src/host/qemu-neo1973
  2. In gnokiigsm/device.h comment out the declaration for device_read and device_write, see Talk:Openmoko under QEMU#FreeBSD_and_Qemu...
  3. Edit Makefile.target, search for the line LIBS+=-lm and insert "-L/usr/lib" before "-lm"
  4. If your running FreeBSD on an AMD64 edit x86_64.ld and remove all occurrences of ONLY_IF_RO and ONLY_IF_RW
  5. Run ./configure --target-list=arm-softmmu and gmake
  6. Edit openmoko/flash.sh to add kernel_image="/path/to/kernel.boot" between the calls to most_recent and where it prints the kernel image it will use

Building FreeBSD

You will need to download http://fubar.geek.nz/files/freebsd/neo1973/neo-20080629.tar.bz2 to build FreeBSD for the Neo1973.

From the FreeBSD src tree run: make buildworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t make installworld TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t DESTDIR=/path/to/root/fs You will now need to trim down /path/to/root to remove things noot needed to test in single user mode makefs -B little /path/to/root.ufs /path/to/root/fs make buildkernel TARGET=arm TARGET_ARCH=arm TARGET_CPUTYPE=arm920t KERNCONF=NEO1973 -DNO_MODULES MFS_IMAGE=/path/to/root.ufs mkimage -A arm -O freebsd -T kernel -C none -a 30008000 -e 30008000 -n "Kernel Image" -d /usr/obj/path/to/kernel /usr/obj/same/path/kernel.boot

You will now have a copy of FreeBSD that is able to be loaded by u-boot.

Running FreeBSD

From the qemu directory run

./openmoko/download.sh
./openmoko/flash.sh

This will fetch the required parts and create an image to run. They require you to have bash installed.

Finally run qemu with

arm-softmmu/qemu-system-arm -M gta01 -m 130 -mtdblock openmoko/openmoko-flash.image -kernel openmoko/openmoko-kernel.bin -usb -show-cursor

It will display "Kernel loading..." with no further messages.

You can append

-serial telnet:localhost:1200,server

to the qemu startup line to start a telnet server which represents the serial console, just

telnet localhost 1200

and qemu will go on with the startup process.

Useful pages

GTA02 Openness

Next steps

  • Drivers:
    • LCD
    • MMC
    • USB

Using a Kernel Testimage

Another method of getting the kernel into the neo is to use an image for the emulated sd card. I already have a file called sd.img ( dd'ed from a 32mb usb stick).

cp /usr/obj/arm/usr/src/sys/NEO1973/kernel .
/usr/obj/arm/usr/src/tmp/usr/bin/objcopy -O binary kernel
sudo mdconfig -a -t vnode -f sd.img
sudo mount_msdosfs /dev/md0s1 /mnt/tmp
sudo cp kernel /mnt/tmp/
sudo umount /mnt/tmp
sudo mdconfig -d -u 0
arm-softmmu/qemu-system-arm -M neo -m 130 -mtdblock openmoko/openmoko-flash.image -kernel openmoko/openmoko-kernel.bin -sd sd.img -usb -show-cursor -serial telnet:localhost:1200,server

In another terminal:

telnet localhost 1200
mmcinit
fatload mmc 0 0x30008000 kernel
go 0x30008000

And wait for the crash :)

Kernel Constants

  • KERNVIRTADDR is the virtual address at which the kernel is loaded (and linked) (0xc0008000)
  • KERNPHYSADDR is the physical address at which the kernel is loaded (0x30008000)
  • PHYSADDR is the physical address of the RAM (0x30000000)
  • KERNBASE is the virtual address of the beginning of the kernel virtual address space (0xc0000000)
  • STARTUP_PAGETABLE_ADDR is a physical address, suitable for the very early pagetable we build in locore.S (0x30800000)
  • FLASHADDR is the address of the flash, virtual or physical depending on what the loader does (??)
  • LOADERRAMADDR the address at which the loader maps the RAM if we're running with the MMU enabled, and the physical address if not (??)

Headers

u-boot header size: 64 Bytes elf header size: ??