mkfs.vfat on 2007.02
the.rhorn at gmail.com
Sat Jul 26 05:04:09 CEST 2008
So, hypothetically, only one partition needs to be made. A separate boot
partition is no longer necessary, right?
I'll update the wiki, but I want someone to double check my changes to make
sure that what I put in there is correct.
Rene "Supercheetah" Horn
On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Mike Montour <mail at mmontour.net> wrote:
> Aaron Sowry wrote:
> > However the problem as it stands currently is that there doesn't seem to
> > be a package containing mkfs.vfat, or at least I can't find out what it
> > is. Anyone?
> It's in dosfstools. You can bitbake it yourself with OE/MokoMakefile or
> download one that I've built from
> Note that the "Booting from SD" wiki page is out of date. The newest
> u-boot images (20080723 or newer) are able to load the kernel from
> ext2/3 so you don't need a FAT partition any more.
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