[U-Boot-Users] how to generate uImage of ramdisk.gz for mips arch?
wd at denx.de
Fri Jan 13 11:15:52 CET 2006
In message <50c9a2250601122325g5b783dc4uf08fa7da6783754d at mail.gmail.com> you wrote:
Your Subject was: "how to generate uImage of ramdisk.gz"
The answer to this question is: you don't.
"uImage" is normally a kernel image, while "ramdisk.gz" is a
compressed ramdisk - these two don't mix.
> what the -a and -e should be for ramdisk.gz
> i see in kernel image, the -a means where kernel to load and -e means
> kernel entry
> but i am not sure what -a and -e mean for ramdisk.gz, are they always be 0x0?
They are ignored. Chose whatever you want, or simply don;t specify
them when running mkimage (which defaults to 0).
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