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I am preparing to experiment with U-boot for RaspRaspberry pi. For that reason I did some research about the boot process of the Rasp. What I understantunderstand is that the first stage bootloaderboot loader is hardcodedhard coded in the Broadcomm SoC's ROM. Which, which in turn bootstraps the second stage bootloaderboot loader from the SD card. Then the third stage bootloaderboot loader boots which finally wakes up the CPU.

I get very confused about the stage of U-boot, will it replace second stage bootloaderboot loader? Or Or simply it will executed only after all the previously montionedmentioned ones are done?

I am preparing to experiment with U-boot for Rasp. For that reason I did some research about the boot process of the Rasp. What I understant is that the first stage bootloader is hardcoded in the Broadcomm SoC's ROM. Which in turn bootstraps the second stage bootloader from the SD card. Then the third stage bootloader boots which finally wakes up the CPU.

I get very confused about the stage of U-boot, will it replace second stage bootloader? Or simply it will executed only after all the previously montioned ones are done?

I am preparing to experiment with U-boot for Raspberry pi. For that reason I did some research about the boot process. What I understand is that the first stage boot loader is hard coded in the Broadcomm SoC's ROM, which in turn bootstraps the second stage boot loader from the SD card. Then the third stage boot loader boots which finally wakes up the CPU.

I get very confused about the stage of U-boot, will it replace second stage boot loader? Or simply it will executed only after all the previously mentioned ones are done?

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U-boot for Rasp, what stage would be?

I am preparing to experiment with U-boot for Rasp. For that reason I did some research about the boot process of the Rasp. What I understant is that the first stage bootloader is hardcoded in the Broadcomm SoC's ROM. Which in turn bootstraps the second stage bootloader from the SD card. Then the third stage bootloader boots which finally wakes up the CPU.

I get very confused about the stage of U-boot, will it replace second stage bootloader? Or simply it will executed only after all the previously montioned ones are done?