My beagleboard nightmare....

Hello, this is the nightmare im in at this moment, i have 4
beagleboards, one B4 and 3 C3, i use the latest demo image from
angstrom. All the boards are instable, native compilation only works
when doing native compilation using an nfs share, compilation using an
sdcard, tipically gives me things like this:

/usr/include/c++/4.3.3/bits/istream.tcc:954: internal compiler error:
Segmentation fault
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> for instructions.

Even kernel compilation fails sometimes....

The rev b4 works well, but doing large bzip2 across usb/ip to an nfs
share makes the board drop the OTG usb connection...

I have about 5 years of embedded work using ARM, and this is the first
time i see something like this...
I have made tests using usb power supply and DC power supply it works
the same way :frowning:

at this moment my best try to acomplish an stable board is to put it
inside an shielded bag... and even that doenst solve the compiler
problems... I know the beagleboard inst CE/FCC certified but... my
work enviroment is not that bad :slight_smile:

I have done tests using the C3 rev boards, with powered usb hub and
usb-ethernet(asix) converters and the boards continue to be
unstable ...

Im running the angstrom beagleboard-demo-image in initlevel 3 to
reduce the number of programs/deamons active...

The SDcards im using are brand new kingston SDHC 4GB...

Anyone have some idea ???

thanks in advance

Which u-boot and x-loader?

Hello,

X-Loader 1.4.2
U-Boot 2009.06-rc2

hello... anyone know if the uboot mtest work???