How to boot into ABL (ABL prompt)? After flashing linux (Yocto Build) the board does an auto-boot. But right now, trying some development work with it, need to login to ABL prompt. Tried setting DIP switch 1 to off and boot. But not working. Please help.
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I've read the document, but it does'nt say anything about working with ABL moreover the document does'nt contain a section 3.7.
I've crossed the first hurdle though, but right now having some issues with flashing images from SD-card specifically getting this error
CPU: APL-D0 [4C @ 1900MHz: premium SKU], ucode rev.24; power-on reset
CSE: FW 184.108.40.2062, SB: OFF
CSE: boot dev # 2: SPI
IPC config: R.<28 bytes> (11ms)
PCB # B00F: GR MRB (BMP fab.E, 4x16Gb); BM:1400
MRC: [v0.56.35/89.18] FB OK(0): 8GB
CSE: send DID UMA @10000000, 34MB
>>> boot sdc1:/abl64
SD: 0G, boot 0/0 [? SDR25 FW 0.0 56 5/16]: *** load err # -3
Could you help on this?
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We suggest you review as a reference the information stated in section 4.5, on pages 22, 23, and 24 of the https://cdrd.intel.com/v1/dl/getContent/572371 Gordon Peak Automotive Boot Loader (ABL) Configuration Guide document # 572371.
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Thanks for the document. But this document does'nt describe any error codes. The log, that I've posted above has some error codes explanation to those would help me debug.
Could you help in understanding the error codes?
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