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AmigaOne - U-Boot Prefs Menus - Integrated Peripherals


Editing Integrated Peripherals

The second parameter "Integrated Peripherals" is used to specify the settings for the integrated peripherals such as the serial and parallel ports.

U-Boot Preferences Menu with Integrated Peripherals highlighted

If you press <Enter> a new window showing all of the integrated peripherals will appear. Highlighting an appropriate value and pressing <Enter> will result in one of the following screens:

Editing Integrated Peripherals Serial 1 Address

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Serial 1 Address

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals Serial 2 Address

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Serial 2 Address

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals Parallel Port Mode

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Parallel Port Mode

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it.
  • Off disables the port.
  • UNI is short for Unidirectional Port, an older port standard for PCs also known as Centronics that only supports uni-directional communication between the PC and attached devices (such as a printer).
  • ECP is short for Extended Capabilities Port, a parallel-port standard for PCs that supports bi-directional communication between the PC and attached devices (such as a printer).
    ECP is about 10 times faster than the older Centronics standard.
  • EPP is short for Enhanced Parallel Port, a parallel port standard for PCs that supports bi-directional communication between the PC and attached non-printer devices.
    EPP is about 10 times faster than the older Centronics standard.
The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals Parallel Port Address

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Parallel Port Address

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals USB Port 0/1

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals USB Port 0/1

With this parameter, pressing <Enter> will toggle the value between off and on. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals USB Port 2/3

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals USB Port 2/3

With this parameter, pressing <Enter> will toggle the value between off and on. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals Use front USB port

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Use front USB port

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals Internal IDE Controller

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Internal IDE Controller

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Integrated Peripherals Swap Primary and Secondary IDE port

U-Boot Preferences Integrated Peripherals Swap Primary and Secondary IDE port

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

To return to the U-Boot Preferences Menu press <Esc>.

Disclaimer: Amiga Auckland have prepared the above information for the use of its members based on our experiences and as such is subject to revision at any time. Amiga Auckland cannot guarantee any of the information and cannot be held accountable for any issues that may result from using it.


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Revised: September 25, 2005.