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Last Post 17 Jul 2006 04:34 PM by  Anonymous
Using BDI2000 under Linux.
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jpalushi
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05 Jul 2006 09:00 AM
    Does anyone use Linux w/ BDI2000 to upload and burn things to the LH7A400 mounted on the engine card of Zoom Starter Kit ???? If so can you tell us how were you able to write to the flash.
    If I use the command >> erase 0x0 0x4000 1 it won't erase the cell. For that matter even if I try to erase other cells it won't erase them. I'm new using the engine card however I was able to load stuff to another LH7A404. If someone can tell me how to get this done it would be very helpful.

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    J.
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    05 Jul 2006 09:24 AM
    Hi J,

    Are you making sure you're using the FPEN: Flash program enable? This is in section 3.1.9 of the IO controller spec. This is a likely cause of the issue that you're seeing.
    jpalushi
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    05 Jul 2006 11:28 AM
    Thanks for help. I resovled the problem the link:

    http://wiki.buici.com/wiki/Logic_Loader_Restore

    was helpful too.

    Is LoLo same as apex.bin file ???? I was told apex.bin file is bootloader file too. Can you explain that please.

    Thx,

    J.
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    17 Jul 2006 04:34 PM
    Apex is a third party bootloader that is not supported by Logic.

    LogicLoader is Logic's proprietary bootloader that ships on all card engines.

    Thanks,
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