First questions

Xiangfu Liu xiangfu at
Sun Mar 21 09:01:41 EDT 2010

On 03/21/2010 03:44 PM, Bas Wijnen wrote:
>> - I'm not entirely clear on what the [power]+[m] boot mode does currently.
>> I see that in the recently-announced u-boot code, it can get a kernel from a
>> VFAT partition on the SD card.  Does the current one get the kernel image
>> from the onboard flash or from a kernel partition on the SD card?  I'd like
>> to keep the Linux image on the onboard flash for the time being and boot
>> Inferno off of the SD card.  Can I do that with the currently stock code, or
>> do I need to install the new u-boot code?
> AFAIK the current code loads the kernel from on-board nand flash, and
> the rootfs from SD.  There were plans to change this, but I don't think
> they've been implemented so far.


this feature have goto 20100320 release.
when press [m] + [power]
will load kernel from first vfat partition in sd card
boot rootfs at the second ext2 partition in sd card.

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