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 * (C) Copyright 2007 OpenMoko, Inc.
 * Author: xiangfu liu <xiangfu@openmoko.org>
 *         Andy Green <andy@openmoko.com>
 * Configuation settings for the OPENMOKO Neo GTA02 Linux GSM phone
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
 * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of
 * the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston,
 * MA 02111-1307 USA

/* NOTE this stuff runs in steppingstone context! */

#include <qi.h>
#include <neo_om_3d7k.h>
#include <neo_smdk6410.h>

#define stringify2(s) stringify1(s)
#define stringify1(s) #s

extern void bootloader_second_phase(void);

const struct board_api *boards[] = {
                  NULL /* always last */

struct board_api const * this_board;
extern int is_jtag;

#include <serial-s3c64xx.h>

void start_qi(void)
      int flag = 0;
      int board = 0;
      unsigned int sd_sectors = 0;

       * well, we can be running on this CPU two different ways.
       * 1) We were copied into steppingstone and TEXT_BASE already
       *    by JTAG.  We don't have to do anything else.  JTAG script
       *    then sets data at address 0x4 to 0xffffffff as a signal we
       *    are running by JTAG.
       * 2) We only got our first 4K into steppingstone, we need to copy
       *    the rest of ourselves into TEXT_BASE.
       * So we do the copy out of NAND only if we see we did not come up
       * under control of JTAG.

      /* ask all the boards we support in turn if they recognize this
       * hardware we are running on, accept the first positive answer

      this_board = boards[board];
      while (!flag && this_board)
            /* check if it is the right board... */
            if (this_board->is_this_board())
                  flag = 1;
                  this_board = boards[board++];

      /* okay, do the critical port and serial init for our board */

      if (this_board->early_port_init)


      /* stick some hello messages on debug console */

      puts("\n\n\nQi Bootloader "stringify2(QI_CPU)"  "
                           stringify2(BUILD_HOST)" "
                           stringify2(BUILD_VERSION)" "

      puts(stringify2(BUILD_DATE) "  Copyright (C) 2008 Openmoko, Inc.\n\n");

      if (!is_jtag) {
            * We got the first 8KBytes of the bootloader pulled into the
            * steppingstone SRAM for free.  Now we pull the whole bootloader
            * image into SDRAM.
            * This code and the .S files are arranged by the linker script
            * to expect to run from 0x0.  But the linker script has told
            * everything else to expect to run from 0x53000000+.  That's
            * why we are going to be able to copy this code and not have it
            * crash when we run it from there.

            /* We randomly pull 32KBytes of bootloader */

            extern unsigned int s3c6410_mmc_init(int verbose);
            unsigned long s3c6410_mmc_bread(int dev_num,
                        unsigned long start_blk, unsigned long blknum,
                                                     void *dst);
            sd_sectors = s3c6410_mmc_init(1);
            s3c6410_mmc_bread(0, sd_sectors - 1026 - 16 - (256 * 2),
                                         32 * 2, (u8 *)0x53000000);

      /* all of Qi is in memory now, stuff outside steppingstone too */

      if (this_board->port_init)

      puts("\n     Detected: ");
      puts(", ");

       * jump to bootloader_second_phase() running from DRAM copy

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