Updating Flash Memory on Reference Tool Target System
(1) Power off the motherboard by pressing the "POWER" switch, if it is powered on. (Refer to the
instruction manual for the Reference Tool.)
(2) The provided flash memory image file for the Reference Tool target system, ebootrom.100.0xx
(where 0xx represents the build number digits), is normally installed in
$CELL_SDK/target/bootrom/. Move into the directory and check the presence of the file in the
directory, and then start up the logical console server with the -rom option from the directory,
specifying the IP address set for the debugging Ethernet port of the Reference Tool as shown
below (where xx.xx.xx.xx represents the IP address). Note that the -at option is also mandatory.
(Refer to "Logical Console Server" in Section 7 for details of the command and its options.)
$ cd $CELL_SDK/target/bootrom/
$ lcnslsrv -at –ip xx.xx.xx.xx -rom ebootrom.100.0xx
(3) Press the "POWER" switch to supply power to the motherboard.
It causes the Reference Tool target system to boot and several windows to open. It also causes the
program for updating the flash memory to start, read the remote flash memory image file, and
execute updating of the flash memory. Messages of the updating program will be output to the
window titled "lcterm lpid:1 lcid:10".
(4) When the following text is displayed, power to the motherboard will be automatically turned off.
System update: SUCCESS
Now you have completed the updating procedure. The updated flash memory will be used from the next