[u-boot] Environment garbled after setenv?
nomeata at debian.org
Sun Dec 7 23:14:06 CET 2008
Am Montag, den 08.12.2008, 00:53 +0300 schrieb Evgeniy Karyakin:
> > Test reports appreciated!
> I modified (shorten) your script for my needs and it works without
> an error, although I haven't really got my end station. After flashing
> environment with your script and then reading it back I see that
> environment reflects the changes desired. But getting to u-boot console
> shows me old env variables (printenv), and booting microSD card from NOR
> menu actually invokes old menu_1 setting -- I can see that after ssh-ing
> into the phone and seeing what's in /proc/cmdline. Strange.
> My modified script is in attachment in case you're curious.
AFAIR, the NOR uboot and the NAND uboot don’t share the environment – is
But that the NAND env is not modified is strange. Did you try reading it
back after a reboot?
Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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