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1*
2* usbboot
3*
4* Utility to respond to the Ingenic XBurst USB boot protocol, provide
5* initial boot stages and ability to access NAND on device.
6*
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8Authors: Ingenic Semiconductor, Inc.
9         Xiangfu Liu <xiangfu@qi-hardware.com>
10         Marek Lindner <lindner_marek@yahoo.de>
11         Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang@qi-hardware.com>
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13This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
14modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
15as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version
163 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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18usbboot is the Linux version and rewrite of a Windows utility from Ingenic also called usbboot.
19Homepage: http://www.ingenic.cn/eng/productServ/kfyd/compiler/pffaqContents.aspx#questionAnchor8
20Windows Binary: ftp://ftp.ingenic.cn/3sw/00tools/usb_boot/tools/usbboot1.4b-tools.zip
21Windows Sources: ftp://ftp.ingenic.cn/3sw/00tools/usb_boot/tools/usbboot1.4b-sources.zip
22Manual: ftp://ftp.ingenic.cn/3sw/00tools/usb_boot/manual/USB_Boot_Tool_Manual_1.4_EN.pdf
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24Build Requirements: libusb-dev, libconfuse-dev
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26Build and Installation:
27  ./autogen.sh
28  ./configure
29  make
30  make install
31    *) make install will install the 'usbboot' binary to /usr/bin/usbboot
32       and the stage 1 and 2 bootloaders as well as usbboot.cfg configuration
33       file into /etc/xburst-tools
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35Configuration file: /etc/xburst-tools/usbboot.cfg
36
37Examples:
38  sudo usbboot (invoking usbboot without options will let you enter commands at the usbboot prompt)
39  sudo usbboot -c "boot"
40  sudo usbboot -c "nprog 0 u-boot-nand.bin 0 0 -n"
41  sudo usbboot -c "nprog 2048 uImage 0 0 -n"
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