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MBoot is the MStar boot loader which is composed of SBoot and UBoot. MBoot is used to boot up system, so it would initialize H/W setting and then load application from SPI to ram.

Commands

 

Command

Short Desc

Usage

Example

?

alias for 'help'







LzmaDec

do Lzma for compress image

LzmaDec
arg[1]: u32LzmaBufAddr
arg[2]: u32AppFileLen
arg[3]: u32AppDramAddr
arg[4]: u32LzmaDecBufAddr




base

print or set address offset

base - print address offset for memory commands
base off - set address offset for memory commands to 'off'




bdinfo

print Board Info structure







boot_logo

Logo display

Boot up logo display              

   - DispX: Display X-axis            - DispY: Display Y-axis            - HorStretch: Horizontal Stretch
   - VerStretch: Vertical Stretch  

boot_logo 0 0 1 1

bootm

boot application image from memory

bootm [addr [arg ...]]  - boot application image stored in memory
passing arguments 'arg ...'; when booting a Linux kernel,
'arg' can be the address of an initrd image




cmp

memory compare

[.b, .w, .l] addr1 addr2 count
   - compare memory           




coninfo

print console devices and information







cp

memory copy

cp [.b, .w, .l] source target count




cpmsbin

Copy ms bin file (Chakra) from nand to dram







crc32

checksum calculation

crc32 address count [addr]
    - compute CRC32 checksum [save at addr]




cusid

check the image is release by the valid guys

cusid <oui> <swModel> <swVer>




dcache

enable or disable data cache

dcache [on, off]
    - enable or disable data (writethrough) cache




dmx_init

initialize the demux setting

dmx_init
 <arg[1]>: dmx flow input source => 0:demodulator; 1:memory; 2:ext input0; 3:ext input1




draw_pixel

draw a pixel with color

 draw a pixel
    - x: in Dec
    - y: in Dec
    - color: in Hex




draw_string

draw string with color

draw string
    - string: in char
    - x: in Dec
    - y: in Dec
    - color: in Hex
    - attrib: align attrib, 0: left, 1: middle, 2: right




draw_rect

draw rect with color

 draw rect
    - x: in Dec
    - y: in Dec
    - w: in Dec
    - h: in Dec
    - color: in Hex




draw_string

draw string with color

 draw string
    - string: in char
    - x: in Dec
    - y: in Dec
    - color: in Hex
    - attrib: align attrib, 0: left, 1: middle, 2: right




du

Disable UART







env2flash

read environment parameter file and restore it to flash







envbin

read out environment parameter and store it to usb disk







erase

erase FLASH memory

erase
 start end
    - erase FLASH from addr 'start' to addr 'end'
erase start +len
    - erase FLASH from addr 'start' to the end of sect w/addr 'start'+'len'-1
erase N:SF[-SL]
    - erase sectors SF-SL in FLASH bank # N
erase bank N
    - erase FLASH bank # N
erase all
    - erase all FLASH banks




fatinfo

print information about filesystem

<interface> <dev[:part]>
    - print information about filesystem from 'dev' on 'interface'




fatload

load binary file from a dos filesystem

fatload
 <interface> <dev[:part]>  <addr> <filename> [bytes]
    - load binary file 'filename' from 'dev' on 'interface'
      to address 'addr' from dos filesystem




fatls

list files in a directory (default /)

fatls
 <interface> <dev[:part]> [directory]
    - list files from 'dev' on 'interface' in a 'directory'




fatwrite

write binary file to a dos filesystem

fatwrite
 <interface> <dev[:part]>  <addr> <filename> [bytes]
    - load binary file 'filename' from 'dev' on 'interface'
      to address 'addr' from dos filesystem




flinfo

print FLASH memory information

flinfo
 

    - print information for all FLASH memory banks
flinfo N
    - print information for FLASH memory bank # N




go

start application at address 'addr'

go
 addr [arg ...]
    - start application at address 'addr'
      passing 'arg' as arguments




help

print online help

help
 [command ...]
    - show help information (for 'command')
'help' prints online help for the monitor commands.

Without arguments, it prints a short usage message for all commands.

To get detailed help information for specific commands you can type
'help' with one or more command names as arguments.




loop

infinite loop on address range

loop
 [.b, .w, .l] address number_of_objects
    - loop on a set of addresses




md

memory display

md
 [.b, .w, .l] address [# of objects]
    - memory display




mm

memory modify (auto-incrementing)

mm
 [.b, .w, .l] address
    - memory modify, auto increment address




mstar

update kernal & root file system automatically by script file

mstar
 [script_file_name [target_ipaddr [tftp_serverip [bootdelay]]]]
    - script_file_name: auto update script file name
    - target_ipaddr: the ip address of target board
    - tftp_serverip: tftp server ip address
    - bootdelay: boot delay setting




mtest

simple RAM test

mtest
 [start [end [pattern]]]
    - simple RAM read/write test




mw

memory write (fill)

mw
 [.b, .w, .l] address value [count]
    - write memory




ustar

update kernal & root file system automatically by script file

ustar
 [script_file_name]
    - when use this command
    - at first use usb start
    - then use ustar 




nm

memory modify (constant address)

nm
 [.b, .w, .l] address
    - memory modify, read and keep address




oad_get_size

Get the file size from OAD download

oad_get_size
 Get download size
    - Address: 32 bits (Hex) address to save download size




osd_create

create osd layer

osd_create
 create osd layer
    - w: in Dec
    - h: in Dec




osd_destroy

destroy osd layer

osd_destroy
 destroy osd layer




ostar

update kernal & root file system automatically by script file

ostar
 [script_file_name]
    - when use this command
    - at first use usb start
    - then use ustar 




pnlinfo

set panel info and save to nand flahs







printenv

print environment variables

printenv
    - print values of all environment variables
printenv name ...
    - print value of environment variable 'name'




protect

enable or disable FLASH write protection

protect
 on  start end
    - protect FLASH from addr 'start' to addr 'end'
protect on start +len
    - protect FLASH from addr 'start' to end of sect w/addr 'start'+'len'-1
protect on  N:SF[-SL]
    - protect sectors SF-SL in FLASH bank # N
protect on  bank N
    - protect FLASH bank # N
protect on  all
    - protect all FLASH banks
protect off start end
    - make FLASH from addr 'start' to addr 'end' writable
protect off start +len
    - make FLASH from addr 'start' to end of sect w/addr 'start'+'len'-1 wrtable
protect off N:SF[-SL]
    - make sectors SF-SL writable in FLASH bank # N
protect off bank N
    - make FLASH bank # N writable
protect off all
    - make all FLASH banks writable




reset

Perform RESET of the CPU







run

run commands in an environment variable

run
 var [...]
    - run the commands in the environment variable(s) 'var'




saveenv

save environment variables to persistent storage







set_paneltype

Set Mboot panel type and store the type value in env

set_paneltype [type]
 Set Mboot Panel Type
    - pType: Panel Type




setenv

set environment variables

setenv name value ...
    - set environment variable 'name' to 'value ...'
setenv name
    - delete environment variable 'name'




spi_dma

SPI copy data from flash to DRAM by PIU DMA

spi_dma flash start addr(hex) DRAM start addr(hex) len(hex)




spi_ea

SPI erase all

spi_ea




spi_eb

SPI erase block

spi_es start addr(hex) end addr(hex)




spi_gfo

SPI get flash info

spi_gfo




spi_gr

SPI get Chip Rev

spi_gr




spi_id

SPI read ID

spi_id




spi_in

SPI initialization

spi_in




spi_r

SPI read commands

spi_r addr(hex) len(hex)




spi_rb

SPI read buffer

spi_rb addr(hex) len(hex)




spi_rdc

SPI read code from SPI flash to DRAM

spi_rdc to_dram_addr(hex) from_flash_addr(hex) len(hex)
    - to_dram_addr: dram start address (hex, flash erase size aligned)
    - from_flash_addr: flash start address (hex, flash erase size aligned)
    - len: total lenght to move data (hex, flash erase size aligned)




spi_rs

SPI read status

spi_rs




spi_w

SPI write commands

spi_w addr(hex) len(hex)




spi_wb

SPI write buffer

spi_ewb edit addr(hex) value(hex) len(hex)




spi_wp

SPI write protect

spi_wp (enable(1)or disable(0))




spi_wrc

SPI write code from DRAM to SPI flash

spi_wrc from_dram_addr(hex) to_flash_addr(hex) len(hex)
    - from_dram_addr: dram start address (hex, flash erase size aligned)
    - to_flash_addr: flash start address (hex, flash erase size aligned)
    - len: total lenght to move data (hex, flash erase size aligned)




sspi

SPI utility commands

sspi
 <device> <bit_len> <dout> - Send <bit_len> bits from <dout> out the SPI
<device>  - Identifies the chip select of the device
<bit_len> - Number of bits to send (base 10)
<dout>    - Hexadecimal string that gets sent




sysinfo

set system info and save to nand flahs







tuner_demodtype

set frontend type

tuner_demodtype
 arg[1]: 1:dvb-t; 2:dvb-t2




tuner_init

frondend initialization

tuner_init




tuner_tune

tune RF to check lock or not

tuner_tune
 arg[1]: center frequency(KHz)
arg[2]: bandwidth>>1: 6MHz; 2: 7MHz; 3: 8MHz




usb

USB subsystem

usb reset - reset (rescan) USB controller
usb stop [f]  - stop USB [f]=force stop
usb tree  - show USB device tree
usb info [dev] - show available USB devices
usb storage  - show details of USB storage devices
usb dev [dev] - show or set current USB storage device
usb part [dev] - print partition table of one or all USB storage devices
usb read addr blk# cnt - read `cnt' blocks starting at block `blk#'
    to memory address `addr'
usb performance r/w blksize loopcount - do read/write performance test
    transfer blksize bytes for loopcount loops




ustar

update kernal & root file system automatically by script file

 [script_file_name]
    - when use this command
    - at first use usb start
    - then use ustar 




usbboot

boot from USB device

usbboot
 loadAddr dev:part




ustar

update kernal & root file system automatically by script file

 [script_file_name]
    - when use this command
    - at first use usb start
    - then use ustar 




version

print monitor version










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