We'll try to help you with your U-boot customizations. Could you please provide us more details about what you're trying to achieve? We'd like to have more information in order to be able to provide you a more accurate support. Please be as detailed as possible, every detail will be of much help.
We'll be waiting for your response.
I want to make our own customised Uboot source and I want to develop driver for USB, for storing Uboot , kernel and ram file system images into flash through USB by detecting as a removable disk.
For that first I need to compile uboot source, and make it work for Edison Aurduino Board.
I have downloaded uboot code with following command.
git clone https://github.com/01org/edison-u-boot
when I built the code I got below errors.
undefined reference to `__normal___udivdi3'
make: *** [u-boot] Error 1.
What is the solution for this and how can I approach to achieve customised Uboot.
I was looking for information that could help you, but unfortunately I didn't find any documentation about this kind of customization in the Edison U-boot. Actually, any customization to Edison’s U-boot or source code are not supported, so I'm afraid I won’t be of much help to you in this topic. Anyhow, I encourage you to keep working on this project, and if you are able to solve it, please share your inputs in the community since other users might benefit from your findings.
Also, you could contact the developers of U-boot directly by submitting an issue to their github (https://github.com/01org/edison-u-boot/issues), they might be able to provide you a more accurate suggestion there.
I hope we hear back from your project.
We have purchased the Edison Aurduino and break out boards.
We want to make our own drivers for kernel.
So that I need to customise the uboot and kernel.
If we don't have any docs and support from you how can we achieve this please suggest.
I apologize for any issues this might have caused. But unfortunately there is no information about this. So, my best suggestion is that you contact the developers directly on its github page, they might be able to help you.
Unfortunately no branch is compiled on my Debian machine. Shame there is no step-by-step documentation how to build it independently on Yocto.
Okay, have got IU-Boot v2016.11 here. Now got x86_64 kernel booted directly from it!