plr at udgaard.com
Wed Jul 23 00:39:14 CEST 2008
What doesn't work is:
1.Boot with different kernel images
2.Boot into multiple images on the flashcard
I have before asked for info to:
1.Boot with kernel A into the NAND rootfs
2.Boot with kernel A into flash image in partition A (eg.:
3.Boot with kernel B into flash image in partition B (eg.:
4. Boot with kernel B into flash image in partition A (eg.:
5. Boot with kernel A into flash image in partition B (eg.:
Is it hard or does it have a very low priority?
For people doing testing it is important to be able to change only one
part at the time.
Still only having a GTA01, so please make any basic progress work there,
Steven ** wrote:
> I don't know about triple-booting, but dual is pretty straight forward:
> It's fairly simple.
> 1. Partition the sd card
> 2. Format the sd card
> 3. Copy image(s) to sd card
> 4. Profit^H^H^H^H^H^HBoot from NOR flash off sd card
> What doesn't work for you?
> On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 1:52 AM, Brian C <brianwc at ocf.berkeley.edu> wrote:
>> Dave Clark wrote:
>>> Why not put Qtopia on the SD card, and 2007.2 in the main memory? It's
>>> fairly easy to dual-boot...
>> I've been hoping someone would put a very step-by-step "cut 'n paste"
>> HOWTO on dual or triple-booting by utilizing the SD Card on the wiki.
>> Right now the information, to the extent it is on the wiki at all, is
>> fairly scattered. I'll test out the instructions and help correct the
>> page if someone will take a first stab at summarizing the process
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