4.4. Introduction to Nios® V Processor Booting Methods
Nios® V processor systems require the software images to be configured in system memory before the processor can begin executing the application program. Refer to Linker Sections for the default linker sections.
- Ensures that the processor software is linked in accordance with the linker settings of the BSP editor and determines where the software resides in memory.
- Positions the processor's code region in the memory component according to the assigned memory components.
The following section briefly describes the available Nios® V processor booting methods.