On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 8:28 AM Shreeya Patel
<shreeya.patel23...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> My aim is to cross compile for BBG. I've successfully completed all the steps
> that were needed to build the kernel and deploy it.
> I have a microSD card with rootfs and BOOT partition.
> rootfs has the kernel modules and BOOT has MLO, u-boot.img, uImage
> and uEnv.txt.
> After putting the SD card into the BBG and pressing the S2 button, LEDs don't 
> blink.
> But when I press the Power button, LEDs start blinking but BBG doesn't boot 
> with that.
> So my question here is that do I need to have an OS already flashed into the 
> BBG and then
> put the SD card which has the built kernel?
> Or is it fine to have nothing into the BBG and then by just inserting the 
> prepared SD card I can boot into it.
> My second question - Is it necessary to have a USB to serial cable here?
> I am not using a USB to serial cable here.

It's not "necessary"... It's just incredible useful to debug what's
actually going on..



Robert Nelson

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