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By default, the ROM code in the Sitara AM3359 will boot from the MMC1 interface first (the onboard e MMC), followed by MMC0 (external u SD), UART0 and USB0.If the boot switch (S2) is held down during power-up, the ROM will boot from the SPI0 Interface first, followed by MMC0 (external u SD), USB0 and UART0.# You can set the correct arc Number by running the following command: /usr/sbin/fw_setenv arc Number 2998 # u Boot installation has completed successfully.Before rebooting, I copied all the files in /tmp for my reference later, which contain the dump of the original u Boot that was installed (uboot-mtd0-dump) Finally I have updated u Boot.However, the image must be uploaded manually when using the Edge OS v1.10.6 firmware.

I also define 'uboot_defconfig': run upgradeu mmc0 is current device reading /6x_upgrade 1559 bytes read ## Executing script at 10008000 Please set uboot_defconfig to the appropriate value Loading file "/6x_upgrade" from mmc device 0:1 (xxa1) Failed to mount ext2 filesystem...

I need to extract the complete firmware residing in flash through the console or through Ethernet.

I am connecting to my board using serial port and I can access U-Boot.

# Installing u Boot environment Connecting to jeff.(69.163.187.2) uboot.100% |***********************************************************************| 52 --:--:-- ETA Connecting to jeff.(69.163.187.2) uboot.environment 100% |***********************************************************************| 128k ETA Erase Total 1 Units Performing Flash Erase of length 131072 at offset 0xc0000 done Writing data to block 6 at offset 0xc0000 # Verifying u Boot environment Block size 131072, page size 2048, OOB size 64 Dumping data starting at 0x000c0000 and ending at 0x000e0000...

Connecting to jeff.(69.163.187.2) uboot.100% |***********************************************************************| 52 --:--:-- ETA # Setting arc Number to 2097 (Sheeva Plug) # Note: if you have a kernel that supports your platform, you should use the proper arc Number.

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