You may use Ethernet, edown, or your Terminal Emulator's "Send File" feature to do this.
Once the driver has been downloaded, you may choose to save it in the flash memory to avoid needing to repeat this step. Note that this command cannot be used after another load command has been issued.
IMON> sdtf (Save Driver To Flash)Now that the driver has been placed in flash. You may reload it at any time by pressing reset, and then typing "load -f".
Type the following command if you wish the driver to be installed on powerup (or reset).
IMON> set nvram load -fNote that if you use this procedure at a later date, you might notice that the message "verbose: not found" is displayed after reset. The message is not fatal, and will not effect the correct working of your board, but it can be avoided by performing a dummy "set nvram", after powerup, but before a "load -f" is performed.
IMON> r -- display Target's GP registers IMON> r * -- display all of Target's registers IMON> l bfc00000 -- disassemble starting at 0xbfc00000 IMON> d a0000100 -- display memory starting at 0xa0000100