can i try to use my code to boot CURRENT KERNEL
andy at openmoko.com
Mon Aug 4 16:58:57 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| can i try to use my code to boot CURRENT KERNEL
| i spent a lot of time about loads a file form NAND to DRAM(and serial
| console debug),
| so i want do something about "Next"
| --"add the initialization that is currently done in u-boot and not
| --in the kernel." even now i don't know how to do it, but i want try.
Take a look at ./common/cmd_bootm.c and ./lib_arm/bootm.c. This is what
runs with bootm command in U-Boot once the kernel image is in RAM.
We make our kernels so they decompress themselves (IH_COMP_NONE), you
don't have to take care of it.
Just follow the flow from do_bootm() ./common/cmd_bootm.c into
do_bootm_linux() in ./lib_arm/bootm.c and see how you go.
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