[U-Boot-Users] Help explain the Ramdisk Load Address: 00000000

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Thu May 18 00:45:51 CEST 2006

In message <BAY107-DAV1916A08A39B528912CEBBFC5A10 at phx.gbl> <000001c679d1$d6d5a810$b7899d0a at first> you wrote:
> 	It's confuse for the load address of Ramdisk, it shows 00000000,

A ramdisk has no such thing as a load address or an entry  point,  so
0x0000  is  perfectly OK. Normally (using a same Linux kernel) U-Boot
will not touch the ramdisk at all  and  just  pass  it's  address  to
Linux, no matter where it is stored (RAM or flash).

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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