Which system do you use? Android, Ubuntu, OOWOW or others?
Which version of system do you use? Khadas official images, self built images, or others?
Khadas official image
Please describe your issue below:
How do I update the u-boot built with “make uboot” to the board ?
There is no ‘usb_update’ command in uboot.
How can I update modified uboot ?
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August 22, 2022, 6:07am
@cuckoo933 You can make uboot via fenix.
then follow this docs to update.
Of course, I’m referring to the docs you mentioned.
But I don’t know how do I.
August 22, 2022, 6:31am
@cuckoo933 Which step you perform when the result is inconsistent with the documentation
There is no problem at “Build U-boot step”.
$ source setenv.sh : Done
$ make uboot : Done
Power on the board and enter the U-Boot console : Done
u-boot.bin.signed into an SD card or thumbdrive : Done
Insert the SD card or thumbdrive into the board : Done
Execute the following commands to upgrade U-Boot : This step is problem
1 kvim4#usb_update bootloader u-boot.bin.signed
: There is no usb_update command at U-boot console mode
August 22, 2022, 9:44am
@cuckoo933 Which verison firnware you used ? I will try with same version.
Ubuntu 22.04 gnome version / khadas official image.
August 23, 2022, 6:05am
You can follow another method to upgrade the U-Boot. Copy the debian package and install under linux.
You mean… like as below ?
not ‘$make uboot’ but ‘$make uboot-deb’
August 23, 2022, 7:00am
Yes, this way is more easy.
OK, thanks a lot.
U-boot has updated well using this method.
I have one more question.
I installed fenix by selecting ubuntu in setenv. Can I do ‘$make uboot-deb’ as it is?
Or do I have to ‘$make uboot-deb’ after installing fenix by selecting Debian from setenv?
August 25, 2022, 6:02am
Yes, you can, it doesn’t depend on the distributions you select.