andy at openmoko.com
Wed Mar 19 19:36:20 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> -1 for writing our own bootloader
> If U-boot is bloated and big, we should certainly look into why that's
> so and slim it down, but IMO we should avoid reinventing the wheel and
> stick with what works.
Huh I grepped it and it seems U-Boot already has s3c6400 support, I
> If we want to do the boot-straight-to-kernel thing, that's fine too.
> The main thing in either case is that we get to leverage other work
> being done that might be helpful (like drivers, etc) and don't have to
> spend resources keeping up-to-date.
OK it's a good point. I guess we can just set the configuration down to
almost nothing and patch out any other junk that leaks in to get the
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