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authorStefan Agner <>2014-06-12 11:28:09 +0200
committerStefan Agner <>2014-06-12 14:54:01 +0200
commit4573cc55698b520daaff7761626f9ac77a313f5d (patch)
treef5d203ac6c37cfe238c8ab3601f3ad77ef3a3320 /release-notes
parent8bc0d51535449468a3809c2fefb17ab5faccf0b6 (diff)
release notes: extend Colibri VF UART recovery notes
Add hint for non-fused modules, document recovery mode on Iris.
Diffstat (limited to 'release-notes')
1 files changed, 7 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/release-notes/Colibri_VF_LinuxReleaseNotesV2.x.txt b/release-notes/Colibri_VF_LinuxReleaseNotesV2.x.txt
index a92f658..71a6d44 100644
--- a/release-notes/Colibri_VF_LinuxReleaseNotesV2.x.txt
+++ b/release-notes/Colibri_VF_LinuxReleaseNotesV2.x.txt
@@ -286,7 +286,8 @@ Connect UART_A:
Enter recovery mode:
- Turn the module off
-- Press the recovery button
+- On EvalBoard V3.1a, press the recovery button
+- On Iris, short pin 1-2 of JP1 on Iris for recovery
- Turn the module on
Boot using UART:
@@ -309,6 +310,11 @@ Note: After UART recovery, the module is resetted automatically, however when
resetting, the module enters recovery mode again. One need to power cycle the
module to start the flashed image.
+Note: This also works for non-fused pins. However, the jumper X11-37 need to
+be removed. The reason is that non-fused modules determine the UART for serial
+loader from SO-DIMM 105 (X11-37) and SO-DIMM 101 (X22-9), which both need to
+be low in order to boot from UART0.
SD Card Boot: Colibri VF50 V1.0a and Colibri VF61 V1.0b (Sample, non-fused)