The Boot Monitor is the standard ARM application that runs when the Versatile Express development platform is reset.
Commands are accepted in uppercase or lowercase. The Boot Monitor accepts abbreviations of commands if the meaning is not ambiguous. For example, for
QUIT, you can type
Optional parameters for commands are indicated by
[. For example
DIRECTORY [indicates that the
DIRECTORYcommand can take an optional parameter to specify which directory to list the contents of. If no parameter is supplied, the default is used, in this case, the current directory.
HELPat the Boot Monitor prompt to display a full list of the available commands.
You must set the appropriate switch setting to start the Boot Monitor after reset. See Boot Monitor configuration.
The Boot Monitor has the following command sets:
The default command set is available when the Boot Monitor starts. See Default command set. This command set remains enabled until you switch to one of the alternate command sets.
SDCARDenables the commands for flash memory cards. See MMC, SD, and CompactFlash card sub-menu commands.
CONFIGUREenables the configuration commands. See Boot Monitor Configure commands.
DEBUGenables the debug commands. See Boot Monitor Debug commands.
FLASHenables the flash commands for the NOR flash on the motherboard. See Boot Monitor NOR flash commands.