[U-Boot-Users] Booting multi-file images with a FDT but no initrd
simon.kagstrom at ericsson.com
Wed Dec 5 11:30:01 CET 2007
On Wed, 05 Dec 2007 11:08:46 +0100
Bartlomiej Sieka <tur at semihalf.com> wrote:
> Another workaround is to use a mulit-image file with three images
> (kernel, initrd, blob) and ignore the second one by calling "bootm
> <addr> -". Note that the second image in the file can a bogus one-byte
> file (it needs to be at least one byte in size, because mkimage
> refuses the create a multi-image file with a zero-sized member).
Ah, you are right. I thought I tested this before but apparently I did
some mistake then. It boots OK now, and this is clearly a more clean
workaround until the new image format arrives.
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