[debian] installation

arne anka openmoko at ginguppin.de
Fri Dec 12 14:55:55 CET 2008

> Not if you update your NAND uboot to a recent (i.e sometime in the last  
> four
> months or so) version. Then ext2 is fine. I've had mine running this way.
> More recent uboot's also have some better charging code and other fixes,
> it's probably worth flashing one if you're still on the factory-shipped
> version.

that does not help with the boot environment, since it resides in an  
entirely different part of the flash.
regardless how old uboot is -- as long as the boot environment specifies  
fat as fs for the first partition, he's in trouble.

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