I'm looking for help in analyzing a few .bin files. I have a program that installs a "firmware" update when I connect my camera through USB.
I'm on a Mac Os Sierra. Inside the Applications Folder under this Camera App/../../ I find a folder called Resources.
Actual files can be downloaded here: .bin (if you're interested)
I did a binwalk -e to extract the data from each .bin and the did a FILE command to understand a little more of what each individual is. Here are my results below:
I highlighted files I thought were interesting or/and were linked or related. (Again I'm not too sure what the crap I'm doing)
I'd love to get some feedback on someone who better understands all of this. I'm trying to find the "firmware" and possibly decompile it and add a few things then put it all back together.
Again thanks. Here are some images of what I was able to get working on my PC laptop using CHIPSCOPE. Chipscope came with Xilinx WebPack, like I said above in my comment. I was able to connect to my Xilinx via JTAG ports but not much past that. I'll have to research further into how to utilize the microblazer tool chains...
So should I bring over the .ELF files from my Mac and open them up with my SDK Tools? Or better question, where can I learn more about this process so I stop asking stupid questions? I'm not too familiar with how to use the Xilinxs SDK Tools and how to configure the FPGA with these microblazers .ELF files.