Uboot reports Bad CRC with newer/large Kernel
nicolas.dufresne at gmail.com
Sun Nov 30 20:35:09 CET 2008
I've put the kernel on SD card to preserve my NAND and changed my uboot
environement so it takes the kernel from there. I will definatly have a
look at QI someday.
Le dimanche 30 novembre 2008 à 17:50 +0000, Andy Green a écrit :
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> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | Hi all,
> | I'm trying to boot andy-traking kernel (from NAND) but I always get a
> | Bad CRC rerror from U-Boot. What I've noticed is that the new kernel is
> | considerably larger (2.3 mb instead of 1.7).
> | Any one is having the same issue ? Should I update something or start
> | using QI instead of U-Boot ?
> Qi will fix it but you can also fix it in U-Boot, there's an env string
> for boot action that is only pulling a fixed 2MByte from the kernel NAND
> partition into SDRAM, you can meddle it to pull a larger amount, or use
> SD Card boot that is able to determine kernel size from the filesystem.
> - -Andy
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