Qi, an alternative choice for loading kernel on beagleboard

Hi all,

Like the subject, beagleboard is supported in Qi bootloader.
My blog has detailed information:

http://matthsu-abacus.blogspot.com/2009/09/add-omap3-beagleboard-support-in-qi.html

Qi can provide:
        - Faster booting time
        - Simplify the requisite bootloaders
        - Get rid of flash on display device as getting into kernel

Any feedback are welcome.

Cheers,
Matt

Great!

There is 128 KB limitation on MLO file for MMC Card with FAT
filesystem, so Qi as simplified boot loader is still useful.
See also: [Configuration Header: No more x-loader for NAND boot]
    http://nishanthmenon.blogspot.com/2009/05/configuration-header-no-more-x-loader.html

Regards,
Jim Huang (jserv)
http://0xlab.org

We at 0xlab made a video demonstrating the recent projects that we are
working including Qi boot loader:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol9LWBKXXwQ

As far as we can see, boot time from hardware reset to Linux
user-space reduction could benefit from the
approach of using Qi, a new lightweight boot loader (only 1 stage
required), by simplifying boot sequence
and avoiding doubly hardware initializations. For example, there is
no LCD flicking with Qi comparing to the
one booted by original u-boot.

Sincerely,
Jim Huang (jserv)
http://0xlab.org/

Hi Guys,

I’m now trying to build the latest 0xdroid for Beagleboard.

I download the latest source from Git and follow the “how to build” section from the wiki

but I still get some error and the compile failed , I can’t get much information about 0xdroid,

and I’m not familiar with android that much, so I’m asking for your help here:-)

the output is like below, hope someone can give me some idea:

build/core/product_config.mk:261: WARNING: adding test OTA key