[Suzaku-en:00881] Netflash or hermit fpga region don't work

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Wed Jan 12 06:57:12 JST 2011


Hi,

I have some troubles to make fpga configuration through either  
netflash or hermit-atwin.

I had converted the .bit file into a .bin file by deleting data ahead  
of FFFFFFFFh.

Whe I try with hermit-atwin and after download is complete the zs410  
don't boot anymore what i do is:
- JP1 and JP2 is short
- config the default .bit on suzaku's CON7
- wait for hermit in suzaku
- close terminal and open hermit-atwin
- select the .bin file
- fpga region is choosen
- check ForceLocked
- Then finished download and then turn off suzaku
- Open JP1 and JP2 and then turn on suzaku

after that the suzaku just hang up, the red led doesn't turn on

In netflash:
[sz410]# netflash -r /dev/flash/fpga http://192.168.51.188/download.bin
netflash: killing tasks...
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netflash: got "http://192.168.51.188/download.bin", length=596925

SUZAKU-V.SZ410 login: root
Password:

Just download the file but don't save the file not change in hardware at all.


Thanks in advance
Best regards.




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