using kboot for booting
andy at openmoko.com
Tue Apr 29 10:03:31 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> So I'd make this the first two tasks:
|> 1) develop the NAND first-stage loader on GTA02, then adapt the
|> low-level kernel init code
| I'm doing this, digging code from uboot. I already done this on gta01 a
| few months ago, 2.3kb and
| no nand support, uart is the only interface.
We talked about a minimal bootloader a while back, and one of the things
we really wanted to get away from was the "U-Boot environment" concept.
~ But after some thinking we ended up that despite getting rid of
everything else (even dynparts by allowing oversized partitions) we
would need a Linux kernel commandline - only - that can be stored somewhere.
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