L4Android on Pandaboard
mlange at sec.t-labs.tu-berlin.de
Sun Jun 17 20:47:11 CEST 2012
On 17.06.2012, at 15:28, ZhangEditing wrote:
> I tried to pack the system image of Android userland together with the kernel into a single U-image, but Pandaboard cannot finish loading the U-image.
Probably the size of the image is too big.
> So I unpacked the system image to a separate partition on the SD card and I'm now trying to make L4Android use the partition.
> However, L4Android does not seem to recognize the entire SD card. There is no MMC devices under /dev/block. Instead, only 15 ram devices and 1 l4bdds device are there.
First you need to make the Pandaboard MMC driver work with the L4Android kernel. This most likely includes setting up the right GPIO configuration.
> I'm not sure whether L4Android has the right driver for SD card-related devices on Pandaboard.
> On the other hand, since I'm not familiar with Pandaboard, I don't know if I'm using the right device configuration (in the form of a .devs file) for the I/O server of L4Re.
You should have a look into the Pandaboard TRM and gather the right MMIO regions needed for MMC etc. Then connect those to the vbus for the L4Android kernel.
Dipl.-Inf. Matthias Lange <mlange at sec.t-labs.tu-berlin.de>
Security in Telecommunications
TU Berlin / Deutsche Telekom Laboratories
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